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

...day duration. If you use powder, mix in 5­6 grams total, as losing one to two grams in solution is hard to avoid. My single favorite meal for mass is macaroni (preferably durum whole wheat), water-packed canned tuna, and fat-free turkey/bean chili. Use a little whole milk or Irish butter with the macaroni, add only one-third of the orange-flavored cancer powder, and prepare this in bulk. Mix the macaroni with a can of tuna and as much chili as you like, microwave it for one minute on high, and have it for breakfast in a bowl. I sometimes ate this meal two or three tim...

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Liha töötlemine

...ments on the appearances of A. McDowell, and I. S. Blair. 2005. Characterization pork and beef. Meat Science 46(1):77–87. of Escherichia coli O157 isolates from bovine hide Gill, C. O., and M. Badoni. 2004. Effects of peroxyacetic and beef trimming in Irish abattoirs by pulsed filed gel acid, acidified sodium chlorite or lactic acid solutions 80 Chapter 3 on the microflora of chilled beef carcasses. chemical, physical, and microbial attributes of beef International Journal of Food Microbiology st...

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Britain history.

...epublics and make them part of the British Empire. The Potato Famine, which hit Ireland between 1845 and 1850, was one of the greatest natural disasters the Western world has seen. Ireland lost about half o its population: one million died and another million emigrated. Irish corn crops remained unaffected, but they were exported. Profit counted more than human lives. The Victorian age is also known for its literary achievements. Charles Dickens is considered one of the greatest English novelists of all time. His books included "Oliver Twist", "Old Curiosity Shop", ...

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Konspekt USA history

...c · 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 century America- land of economic opportunity Irish, German, French, British immigrants · Different waves of immigration Irish - 1840, 207 000 Irish started to emigrate in large numbers as Britain eased travel restrictions because of the Irish Potato Famine. In 1848, bad crops and failed revolutions led to emigration of 435,000 Germans, ...

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Cats

...ellois Septieme has splashes of colour on the legs and body in addition to those on the head and the coloured tail. British cat fancier Pat Turner defined the different levels of white spotting as: Grade 2 - "White Trim"; Grade 3 - "Mitted"; Grade 4 - "Irish"; Grade 5 - "Saddle"; Grade 6 - "Pied"; Grade 7 - "Chinese"; Grade 8 - "Harlequin"; Grade 9 - "Van". In exhibition-quality bicolour cats, symmetrical markings were preferred. The placement of the colour patches is variable and related to how the embryo develops and ...

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Essay about England

...oint I will give some examples how the British Empire affected its subjects. In the 19th century British culture and way of life became predominate in Ireland. In the 1840s the potato crop failed two years in a row and a terrible famine occurred. Millions of peasants, those with Irish Gaelic language and customs either died or emigrated. As a result by the end of the century almost the whole population were using English as their first language. On the other hand the British Empire is not considered to be a very imposing ruler. For example in the 19th century in India a di...

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Suurbritannia üldkokkuvõte

...tion of the flags of England, Scotland and Northern Ireland * the population is about 60,000,000 people, the population density is 242 people/sq km * its coasts are washed by the Atlantic Ocean, the North Sea, the English Channel, the Celtic Sea, Saint George's Channel, and the Irish Sea. It is linked to France by the Channel Tunnel * the United Kingdom is a constitutional monarchy. The current monarch is Queen Elizabeth II, who is also the Queen and Head of State of fifteen other Commonwealth Realms, such as Canada, Australia, New Zealand and Jamaica. Englan...

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English as a Global Language

...eginning of the reign of Elizabeth II (1952), this figure increased almost fiftyfold, to some 250 million, the vast majority living outside the British Isles... ” [3, p.30] Then, in the eighteenth century, there was a vast wave of immigration from northern Ireland. The Irish had been migrating to America from around 1600, but the main movements took place during the 1720s, when around 50,000 Irish and Scots-Irish immigrants arrived. It was not only England which influenced the directions that the English language was to take in America, and later the USA. The Spanish...

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Upstream B2 teacher

... Howhastechnology . Have "couch we become potatoes"? . broughtpeople Hastechnology closer? b. Ans...

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Upstream Intermediate B2 - Teacher book

... Howhastechnology . Have "couch we become potatoes"? . broughtpeople Hastechnology closer? b. Ans...

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Inglise keele õpik

... Howhastechnology . Have "couch we become potatoes"? . broughtpeople Hastechnology closer? b. Ans...

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Upstream intermediate b2 teacher's book

... Howhastechnology . Have "couch we become potatoes"? . broughtpeople Hastechnology closer? b. Ans...

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Inglise keelt kõnelevate maade ajalugu lühikonspekt

...n France 600 they had founded their 7 kingdoms The Anglo-Saxon kingdoms Kent-JUtes, Essex, Sussex, Vessex- Saxons East Anglia, Mercia, Nothumbria- Angles Series of over-kings from various kingdoms St Patrick Conversion of Irish- 432-461 Patron saint of Ireland, originally pagan, slave He escaped, became a Christian priest and later bishop. Ireland was largely christian by 6th C Monasteries multiplied, monastic lines, provinces were ruled by abbots St Columba 6th, 7th C Irish s...

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Facts about Ireland

Fact from the last Irish census, Sean was the most popular boys name and Emma was the most popular girls name. Ireland has won the Nobel prize for literature on four occasions with George Bernard Shaw, William Butler Yeats, Samuel Beckett and Seamus Heaney. Irish aviation fact = Shannon became the worlds first duty free air...

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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 ...

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Ireland report

Ireland is the third largest island in Europe. It lies in between the Atlantic Ocean and the Irish Sea. Politically it is divided into a sovereign state, the Republic of Ireland, that covers about five-sixths of the island (south, east, west and north-west), and Northern Ireland, which is part of the United Kingdom, covering the northeastern sixth of the island.[1] The name 'Ireland' derives...

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Scotland

...rthwest Europe that occupies the northern third of the island of Great Britain. It is part of the United Kingdom, and shares a land border to the south with England. It is bounded by the North Sea to the east, the Atlantic Ocean to the north and west, and the North Channel and Irish Sea to the southwest. In addition to the mainland, Scotland consists of over 790 islands including the Northern Isles and the Hebrides. Edinburgh, the country's capital and second largest city, is one of Europe's largest financial centres. It was the hub of the Scottish Enlightenment of the ...

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Inglise keelt kõnelevate maade ühiskond ja kultuur

...nt English-speaking countries (USA, Australia, Canada, New Zealand) Trading Empire (dependencies) ­ mainly ESL countries; British people were seen more as a small ruling class (India, Africa) 5. Australia, The USA, Canada, Sri Lanka, India & Pakistan, Irish Free State, Newfoundland, New Zealand, South Africa were the British colonies that became dominions. They were given "responsible government" and became part of the Commonwealth. The Head of State was the British monarch. Nowadays, the word "dominion" is not used. ...

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Dimitriu - When we are the other

...other, more or less familiar, geographical spaces are, occasionally, added. Using strategies of domestication, which incorporate a peripheral/Irish culture perspective, again and again Murphy associates the Romanian landscapes and cultural identity to the Irish ones: I didn't suspect such a marked tem...

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Briti kirjanduse portfoolio

...sity in 1830. Thackeray's years of semi-idleness ended after he met and, on 20 August 1836, married Isabella Gethin Shawe (1816-1893), He primarily worked for Fraser's Magazine, In the early 1840s, Thackeray had some success with two travel books, The Paris Sketch Book and The Irish Sketch Book. He remained "at the top of the tree", as he put it, for the remaining decade and a half of his life, producing several large novels, notably Pendennes, The Newcomes, and The History of Henry Esmond. In 1860, Thackeray became editor of the newly established Cornhill Magazine, but wa...

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Kanada ühiskond ja kultuur/Society and Culture of Canada

...th America by highway. Nunavut is both the least populous and the largest in area of the provinces and territories of Canada. One of the most remote, sparsely settled regions in the world, it has a population of 31,906, mostly Inuit. 8. European discoverers of Canada (Irish (?), Viking, British, French). St Brendan the Navigator, an Irish monk, is told to have taken a seven-year yoyage in the 6th century across the North Atlantic Ocean and he could have reached Canada. However, as far as we know, the first white men to discover the Atlantic seaboard of Nor...

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GETTING TO KNOW THE TOEFL

...fficiently 3. The cotton gin was commonplace on many nineteenth-century farms. (A) often required (B) sorely needed (C) frequently seen (D) visibly absent 4. Under the microscope, cultivated silk fibers look coarse. (A) rough (B) rigid (C) delicate (D) immense 5. The sweet potato is chiefly grown in the southern United States. (A) exclusively (B) mostly (C) rarely (D) successfully LESSON 7 „ appropriate „ clarify „ conceal „ confirm „ constantly „ convenient „ core „ critical „ distort „ diverse „ prosperous „ purposefully „ reveal „ scarcely „ theoreti...

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Solutions Advanced Workbook key

Maturita Solutions Advanced Workbook Key stand bananas and coffee! It's a bit 3 1 to 8 of Unit 1 uncanny really. Is it something she's 2 about 9 century ...

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Topics, step 8, kokkuvõtted mõnedest peatükkidest

...and witches flew through the air. From that Celtic festival comes the custom to dress up and the symbols of Halloween: ghosts, skeletons, devils, witches, owls and black cats. The jack-o'-lantern is also Celtic origin. The jack-o'-lantern is a pumpkin with a candle inside. The Irish people also introduced trick-or-treating. Many parents, children and schools plan Halloween parties. It's one of the favourite holidays. 8) SOME ENGLISH TRADITIONS In England, Shrove Tuesday is the day for pancakes. The popular name for Shrove Tuesday is Pancake Day. The most common form of cel...

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The United Kingdom

...ast. Wales is located on a peninsula in central-west Britain. The entire area of Wales is about 20,779 km². Wales borders by England to the east and by sea in the other three directions: the Welsh Channel to the south, St George's Channel to the west, and the Irish Sea to the north. There are many bays, peninsulas, cliffs and beaches, together Wales has almost 2000 km of coastline. There are several islands off the Welsh mainland, the largest being Anglesey in the northwest. About 3 million people live in Wales. The main population and industrial...

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Leksikoloogia konspekt (uus)

...row or partially land-locked. o slogan sluagh-ghairm, f. sluagh host + gairm cry, shout. ‘battle cry’, ‘war cry’  Celtic personal names o Arthur ‘high, noble’ o Donald ‘proud chief’ o Mac ‘son of’ (Scottish) o O’ ‘son of’ (Irish) O’Connor  Breton through French: bijou, dolmen, menhir.  Celtic before Gaelic, Welsh, Breton, and Cornish, and through Latin, French, and Old English: ambassador/embassy, bannock, bard, bracket, breeches, car/carry/ career/carriage/carg...

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Great Britain

...rom the political union of the kingdoms of England and Scotland with the Acts of Union 1707 on 1 May 1707 under Queen Anne. In 1801, under a new Act of Union, this kingdom merged with the Kingdom of Ireland to create the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland. After the Irish War of Independence most of Ireland seceded from the Union, which then became the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. The relatively limited variety of fauna and flora on the island is due to its size and the fact that wildlife has had little time to develop since the last glaci...

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Revision Questions

...er Columbus, who opened the Atlantic slave trade and launched one of the greatest waves of genocide known in history. 7. Indian gifts to the world ­ plants, household objects, etc. of Native American origin. *American Indian path to industrialization · People ate more potatoes and milled less flour · The energy could be used for making cloth · American cotton *The food revolution · Potato ­ produces more food and more reliably than any grain · Beans · Peanut · Sunflower (Russia ­ sunflower oil) · Maize ­ Europeans used it for animals ·...

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Australia topic

...nded. The British were very interested in the colonization of Australia because the loss of American colonies .In 1814 the continent became known as Australia- the land of the south. By 1852 more than 150,000 convicts had been sent to Australia. About 20% were women and 30% were Irish. Convicts were mostly poor people who could not read or write, many of the women had been prostitutes. Only few convicts were from the wealthier classes. It was hard to build a new society leaning on such a difficult group. Until 1830 the convicts were harshly punished. The real start to Australi...

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Ireland

Ireland Position Ireland is the third largest island in Europe, and the twentieth largest island in the world. It lies to the northwest of Continental Europe and is surrounded by hundreds of islands. To the east of Ireland, separated by the Irish Sea, is the island of Great Britain. Politically, the Republic of Ireland (also known simply as Ireland) covers five sixths of the island, with Northern Ireland, part of the United Kingdom, covering the remainder in the northeast. Climate Overall, Ireland has a mild, but changeable, Oceanic climate...

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Society and culture of english-speaking countries

...ormer colonies. Ireland 1. Who were the early inhabitants of Ireland? Seafarers, fisheremen and hunter-gatherers from mainland Europe arrived around 8000 BC 2. When was Christianity established in Ireland? 432 AD Saint Patrick arrived in Ireland and began converting the Irish to Christianity. Who is Ireland's patron saint? Saint Patrick is Ireland's patron saint. When is his feast day? His feast day is on 17 March 3. When did the English conquest of Ireland begin? Henry II, with permission from tha Pope, sought to conquer Ireland. In 1171 he became the first Eng...

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Inglise keele variandid (Varieties of English)

...607 - the first lasting settlement in North America was established in Virginia, Jamestown. · 1609 - the colonisation of Ulster. (first tried out by Queen Elizabeth I and later continued officially by James I). Ulster was colonised to prevent further rebellion. The Irish were forced to become protestants. Due to these events, we can now see some common features in speech between lowland Scotland and Northern Ireland. · 1620 - the English ship Mayflower sailed to North America from England. The ship failed to reach Virginia and landed in Plymouth ins...

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Public International Law is a system of law

...ecial troops, children taking from the families when they were really young, fully trained and brainwashed) - At first there was also social and political groups, but under the pressure of the soviet union these were taken out. E.g. that's why the ukranian famine is not genocide and why Chinese communists killing 20 million is not as well. These can be considered crimes against humanity. - INTENT is enough, you don't have to kill, you just have to give an order. But it's problematic to prove the intent in the court. ...

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