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other – clock generated at end of each bit cell – edge transition determines if bit cell is ‘0’ or ‘1’ – 10: Receiver not Ready (RNR)– 11: Selective Reject (SREJ) 2. A circuit connecting two points without the use of any PPP, on the other hand, would be comparable to a railway 3. Unnumbered format - U frame intermediate terminal or computer.
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Respect For Other People

rank. The 21-gun salute is done within the military for funerals of military members and for high-ranking civilians such as the President. Sometimes the word respect can mean also toleration and tolerance. It means that we accept people who- and like they are. Does not matter what skin color you have, do you love men or women or are you religious or not. No one in earth is the same as I am and I am not the same like they are. I have the right to be different and like other people should accept it, I should accept and respect them. To respect other people means some how to make compromises. It means that, we need to find the best possible solution. According to cultural background it can mean different things: mostly it has a positive meaning- as consent, an agreement where both parties win something; in the USA it may rather have negative connotations as both parties lose something. Often young people are using word Respect. Saying this word, it means they

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No comebacks and other stories

No comebacks and other stories No Comebacks Mark Sanderson was a very rich and famous man. He was thirty-nine years old. He met the woman, who he had always looked, but the woman was married and she lived in Spain. Mark Sanderson decided to changed his name, and hired a detective to kill her husband, deteective kills this woman too. There are some days... Liam Clark was a lorry driver. One day he was in the ferry to drive to Dublin. His lorry had broken. Next day two mans rob Liam with his lorry. They thought that in the ferry was brandy. Police hit on of the kidnapper with lorry. And they saw that in the lorry was guns. A Careful man Mr. Hanson, went to a doctor, where he heard that he had a cancer and he only has 6 month to live. He was very rich. He sold his estate.After he died came out tha...

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Dimitriu - When we are the other

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Destroying Angel

'Destroying A ngel' (Amanita vir osa) and other poison ous mushrooms in Estonia Ursula 11. kl Destroying Angel 0 Commonly referred to as the Destroying Angel, Amanita virosa is a deadly poisonous fungus. The Destroying Angel is more plentiful in mountainous areas and grow in or near the edges of woodlands. They can also be found on lawns or grassy meadows near trees or shrubs. 0 Destroying Angels usually appear in July, August and September

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Biggest dangers to wild animals in Estonia.

What are the biggest dangers to wild animals in Estonia? Wild animals in Estonia, like in many other places in the world, are in danger. Forest industry, agriculture and other human activities in the nature, as well as pollution, disturb and even endanger the life of wild animals. Firstly, big forest machines disturb animals. For example, in winter the machines disturb animals who hibernate in winter. As a result, animals can leave their habitations and go somewhere else where is quiter. In addition to disturbing animals, the forest industry endanger wild animals' lives. Some machines can simply kill some animals accidentally.

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War on terror

War on Terror The War on Terror is an international military campaign led by the United States and the United Kingdom with the support of other NATO and non-NATO countries. Officially, the War on Terror label has not been used since Barack Obama came to office in 2009, but the war in Afghanistan continues. The campaign was launched in 2001 with the US/UK invasion of Afghanistan in response to the September 11 attacks. Since then, other operations have commenced, the largest being the War in Iraq, beginning with a 2003 invasion. Originally, it was waged against al-Qaeda and other terrorist organizations with the purpose of eliminating them. The phrase War on Terror was first used by former US President George W. Bush and other high-ranking US officials to denote a global military, political, legal and ideological struggle against organizations designated as terrorist and regimes that

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My best friend

My best friend I have one best friend. Her name is Elen and we have known each other since we were 12 years old. We met with her in school in dance class about 14 years ago. If I were to describe how she looks, I would say she is very pretty. She has short brown hair, brown almond-shaped eyes, a small nose and a small pointed chin. She is not very tall but not short either and she is quite slim. She doesn't like to dress up so I usually see her wearing jeans and a T-shirt or sweater. It seems like she and I are always talking or laughing about something. She has a very nice

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Shakespeare/Poems and Sonnets

SHAKESPEARE William Shakespeare (baptised 26 April 1564; died 23 April 1616) was an English poet and playwright, widely regarded as the greatest writer in the English language and the world's pre-eminent dramatist.He is often called England's national poet and the "Bard of Avon". His surviving works, including some collaborations, consist of about 38 plays, 154 sonnets, two long narrative poems, and several other poems. His plays have been translated into every major living language and are performed more often than those of any other playwright. POEMS · In 1593 and 1594, when the theatres were closed because of plague, Shakespeare published two narrative poems on erotic themes, Venus and Adonis and The Rape of Lucrece. He dedicated them to Henry Wriothesley, Earl of Southampton. In Venus

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Saint Valentine's Day

Saint Valentine's Day Commonly shortened Valentine's Day Valentine's Day is on 14th February. It is the traditional day on which people express their love for each other by sending Valentine's cards, presenting flowers, or offering confectionery. History ·Customs associated with Valentine's Day had their origin in the popular belief held by people in Great Britain during 14th and 15th century that birds begin to mate on February 14. ·Lovers, therefore found St Valentine's Day an appropriate time to send love letters and gifts to beloved. ·The earliest known Valentine card was sent in 1477. What happens on Valentines day in Britain?

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The landlady worksheet 3

Roald Dahl "The Landlady" Worksheet 3 21. The landlady says: "They're all on the third floor, both of them together." This contradicts another sentence; which one? ............................................................................................ 22. Find out about the landlady's hobby: Landlady's hobby is to make stuffed animals. 23. What happened to the other guests and what is going to happen to Billy? The other guests are stuffed. Billy is going to be also stuffed like all the animals and guests (Billy drinks tea, what contains poison, and he will die). 24. Read the story again and look at the disturbing details and explain in what way they announce and explain what will take place Disturbing elements How to explain them

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Reasons why people work

Reasons why people work In today's society it is known that people work because they need money to live. As Leonardo da Vinci said " God sells us all things at the price of labour " and unfortunately it tends to be true. However, there are still some of the other reason why people work. As Mothet Teresa said " Work without love is slavery" and fortunately there are many people in world who work because they love what they do. For example artists, musicians and actors do not earn a lot of money, however they can give the world something we need- entertainment. In addition to musicians, actors, and artists there are many other sincere, thoughtful and open-minded people who find time in addition to their daily work to help those who need

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JOB DESCRIPTION

JOB DESCRIPTION Position: Career Information Specialist Eesti Töötukassa is looking for a career information specialist to it's team. Eesti Töötukassa works with unemployed people and organisations looking for employees. Reports to: Career Information Specialist will report to leading consultant. Employee will work and consult with other consultants and specialists. Position summary: · Conducts workshops and workclubs, · mediates career information and job searching, · supervises and advises job hunting ( individual and / or group, · informs the unemployment about fund services for jobseekers. Skills required : · Desire to help people find work, · a university degree (preferably in social sciences), · at least one year of experience in the field of counseling,

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Letter to boss

Estonia Mr. Püüa 4 November 2011 21 Park Street Pärnu 80010 Estonia Dear Mr Püüa I am waiting in a reply to your advertisement in Pärnu Postimees to apply for the position of football coach. I have been working in two different places. One was my own founded internet payment service, which is doing actually pretty good and the other place is at Karhu Kauhajoki, where I am the main coach for boys who are aged between 14 to 18. Also I went to body culture school in Denmark, which I graduated Cum Laude with GPA 4,9 out of 5,0. I have also finished Ahtme high school with gold medal, it is the only school in Estonia which bases mainly on football. I am a native estonian speaker and I can also speak and write perfectly in english, finnish and russian

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My ideal house

My ideal house I would like to live in a place where there are some mountains with snow on top of them and a sea nearby because i like beaches and mountains. My house would be in the middle of them, so i could see the sea from one side and the mountains from the other side of the house. The house would have two floors and a basement because that's all i need. On the first floor, there would be the living room with a big tv and some antique furniture, the kitchen, also with antique style oven and etc. A bathroom with a large bathtub and sauna, plus there would be a porch looking towards the sea. On the second floor, there would be at least four bedrooms where my family/children would sleep. One of the bedrooms would be for guests. There would also be a

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MY BEST FRIEND

MY BEST FRIEND Probably my best friend is my aunt. Her name is Anna and we’ve known each other when i was 3 years old. She is 17 years old and lives in Häädemeeste. Anna studies in Häädemeeste Highschool, in form 10. Anna is very pretty. She has long brown hair, blue eyes, a small nose, and a small pointed chin. She is athletic and loves sport. She is very tall and slim. She always looks good and stylish. It seems as if Anna and I are always talking or laughing about something. We have always something to talk about

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Locke essay

ACCESS ASSESSMENT COVER SHEET Student Name: Alex Callaghan ­ EC1305063 Course: Access to Humanities Tutor: John Gordon Assessment Title: Critically evaluate Locke's theory of limited government Number of Words 1616 NOTE: The ESSAY should be 1500 words in length. Student signature - Alex Callaghan Date - 24/04/2014 Critically evaluate Locke's theory of limited government The end of law is not to abolish or restrain, but to preserve and enlarge freedom. For in all the states of created beings, capable of laws, where there is no law there is no freedom. John Locke Although John Locke is not the progenitor of social contract theory and is not by any means the last philosopher to wrestle with this concept, his views on fiduciary power, majority consent and limited government have been instrumental in western political thought from the time of the publication of his Two treatises of government to the present day. Locke...

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What are the Estonians like?

What are the Estonians like? Estonia is a very small country, therefore its population is quite small. We, Estonians, are very friendly and care about each other. When our country is going through rough times , we stick together and try to go through them as one . There aren't many riots in our country, because we aren't violent people. We like to stay quiet, so only a few of us have the courage to say their opinion out loud. Estonians have quite good manners. We say hi to each other and we often say sorry, even if our acts aren't so bad. There are also many gentlemen in Estonia, who open doors for women and make a lot of compliments

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The good and bad points of being rich and famous

Eliise Mändla MT-13 The good and bad points of being rich and famous 1.11.2015 Almost everyone of us, at least once, dreamed a life of being rich and famous. But like many other things, as we are witnessing on almost daily basis, that kind of life brings both positive and negative sides. Firstly, celebrities have a lot of money , which they earn in a simple way. Also they don't have to worry about their future. They can do whatever they are pleased to. Travel wherever they want, live wherever, eat and buy whatever they want. Secondly, if you are young and your parents are rich you can start using the advantages of being rich already as a kid

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Sotsiaalpsühholoogia konspekt 2016

Sotsiaalpsühholoogia 1. SP kui teadus SP ­ osa psühholoogiateadusest. SP maastik: eneseteadvus ja identiteet, sotsiaalne taju ja hoiakud, inimestevahelised suhted ja sotsiaalne mõju, suhtlemine, grupid ja grupiprotsessid ... Gordon Allport (1954): "Social psychology is an attempt to understand and explain how the thoughts, feelings, and behaviors of individuals are influenced by the actual, imagined or implied presence of other human beings". Tänapäeval: "SP is the study of the causes and concequences of interpersonal behaviour" (Schachter, Gilbert, Wegner, 2012) SR = inimestevaheliste suhete ruum - seaduspärasused, seletused, mõõtmine, sekkumine ... Populaarne SP: sõprade leidmine ja suhete hoidmine, mõjutamine, juhtimine ja eestvedamine, suhtlemisõpetused, üksindus ja üksildus ... Teaduslik ja tarbepsühholoogia. Meie - lai pilt SP-st - alus kitsamatele kursustele ­

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Real estate broker

Real estate broker Typical day: Brokers run generally estate companies while the agents take care of real estate sells. Both are important part of real estate industry. Real estate agents assist people through the process of buying, selling and renting land, homes and other properties. In addition to staying current with real estate laws and trends, real estate agents are tasked with a multitude of daily duties and responsibilities. One of the appealing aspects of working as a real estate agent is that each day is different. Qualifications for the job: It isn’t required that you have a collage degree.There are different courses, that you can take to become a real estate broker. It takes time, like you must take prelicence course, that takes about 2 weeks to

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Australia esitlus

Austalia Sydney Opera House Harbour Bridge More

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Technology has dramatically changed leisure and hobbies

Technology has dramatically changed leisure and hobbies Family drives with a car, husband turns the car looking at the GPS directions to home. Wife shares pictures to Instagram with her iPhone and in the backseat girl is playing with her iPad and boy reads on his kindle. This is normal nowadays, because technolgy has been improved for example people can now communicate with each other much faster. It is great, although it can also harm people. Technology is serious responsibility- if people do not use an invention carefully, then it would end up the wrong way. The word „Leisure“ meaning changes in every 10 to 20 years. 50 years ago spare time was usually considered as that part of a day when people took a nap or children played with each other. Nowadays technological tools are killing off leisure time, especially for younger

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Verb forms ülesanne vastustega.

Verb forms 1. When I (turn) turned the radio on earlier today, I (hear) heard a song that was popular when I was in basic school. I (hear, not) had not heard the song in years, and it (bring) brought back many great memories. 2. Last week, I (run) ran into an old classmate of mine. We (see, not) had not seen each other in years. I (enjoy) enjoyed talking to her so much that I (ask) asked her, if she’d like to meet me tomorrow. We are getting together tomorrow evening. 3. When Mary (enter) entered the room, I (recognize, not) did not recognize her because she (lose) had lost so much weight and (grow) grown a long, healthy and beautiful hair. He looked totally different! 4. I like listening (listen) to music when I am sad, it really comforts me. 5

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Sustainability aspects of biofuels

Margit Tepner k0848752 Sustainability aspects of biofuels 1. Introduction The literature review will discuss the sustainability aspects of biofuels. Food production will be the main concern as it is the most debated issue, but other aspects, such as land use change and water consumption will be also considered as they are essential aspects in the biofuels sustainability criteria. The review will discuss the viability of biofuels based on the current technologies. Second-generation biofuels are not yet commercially viable and therefore will not be discussed; although they could significantly improve the sustainability of biofuels when they break through to the industrial scale. 2. The scale of biofuels production 2

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Pros and cons of social networking

It makes people feel like they are not alone. However the con to this is that social media causes people to spend less time interacting face to face. I think it’s not good because if they are always in social media talking with friends then people can’t interact with people outside the internet. If the people are not used to speaking in real life then it could be difficult to impress yourself with words to other people and because of this it could be difficult finding a job. Social networking sites help students do better at school. It helps students browse quickly the information they need and not waste time on searching from millions of books. It helps students do homework faster and then they can have free time to do hobbies. It could also provide distance learning due to sickness or travelling. But in the other hand it’s bad because

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Iseloomuomadused inglise keeles koos hääldusega

Iseloomuomadused Brave /brev/­ deals with many dangerous Lazy /le.zi/ - not willing to work or use any effort people // showing no fear of dangerous or difficult (laisk) things (vapper) Loyal /l.l/­ never betray friends // firm and not Calm /km/ ­ make other people feel relaxed // changing in your friendship with or support for a peaceful, quiet, and without worry (rahulik, vaikne) person or an organization, or in your belief in your principles (lojaalne) Clever /klev.r/­ thinks of a way to get out of difficult situations // always the one who wins // Mean /min/ ­ hate spending money (kitsi) having or showing the ability to learn and

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What should be done, that marriage works?

What should be done, that marriage works. (essay) When two people fall in love, they might consider getting married. When they are married, they both hope that their happy life will last forever. There's a lot they can do, to make their marriage work. What clearly needs to be done, is that people shouldn't rush into marriage. They need to take some time to get to know each other very well, because they might find out, that they are too different for each other. This might lead to divorce, and thats what nobody wants. A couple should always be absolutely sure about their love and dedication, before they make such an important decision. Another suggestion is that partners should be supportive in every possible situation. Almost every marriage has some problems. If they have problems, they should discuss things and find the best solutions. They should be flexible

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Travelling in the world

Travelling in the world There are many ways how to travel in the world. For example some people like to travel in their own country, other people like to travel trough the world and visit different exotic places. There are also different reasons for travelling. Some travel to learn more about other cultures, learn about other countrys history, others might travel just to have some fun and meet new people. Travelling has many positive sides. When people have traveled to a completely different country, then they can compare the life in their own country and the country they are visiting. It makes people see how they can enjoy their life more. Visiting other places also is very good for practicing other languages and communicating with people. Some people only travel to learn history of other regions.

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Nägemis taju, Gibson VS Gregory

organisation and interpretation of incoming sensory information. The Gestalt theorists first identified many of the principles that dominate in human visual perception. As Dowell (1995) has observed: "To perceive seems effortless. To understand perception is nevertheless a great challenge" (cited in Gross, 2005, pp 244). This essay will look at Gregory's theory and Gibson's theory of visual perception whether one or the other offers a better explanation of human visual perception. According to top-down perceptual processing theorists, perception is the end result of an indirect process that involves making inferences about the world based on knowledge and expectations. An example of this process is Gregory's (1980) constructivist theory. He suggests that to avoid sensory overload, we need to select from the information surrounding us, therefore, we often supplement perception with unconscious inferences.

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Eelarve

Cert. Of Deposit #1 0 Past Due Rent 0 Cert. Of Deposit #2 0 Personal Loans 0 Money Market Acc't 0 Other 0 Other Other Other 0 Other 0 Total Monetary Assets 2 Total Short Term Liabilities 1

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Inglise keele variandid (Varieties of English)

It includes formal and informal styles. British Standard English grammar and vocabulary, together with the RP accent should be called English English. RP (Received Pronounciation) is an accent that originates from South-East of England. A social accent, associated only with England. 12-15% of native speakers in England use Standard English (BrEng). 3-5% of them use RP (EngEng). Non-standard varieties of English are often called dialects. They are any other dialect of English other than Standard English. They are stigmatized as shameful and inferior, socially lower. Judging people by their accent might, however, be offensive. These varieties are connected to race in US and class in UK. Grammatical and lexical differences throughout the world in the English language are rather insignificant . Most oftenly pronounciation is the most significant/different. Deviations from the standards: 1. Multiple negations ­ ,,I didn't do nothing." 2

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Sense and sensibility

Richer womens had change to hire a butler, so they did´t have to do household job. Women`s free time activities where mostly: music( mostly violin or piano), handcrafting , celebrations and reading. Men`s had a big role in society. Men`s had all the important jobs. Better-paid jobs where : politician, lawyer and to go army and get rich. Men`s free time activities where mostly :hunting, cricket and card games. In this time the people where very polite with each other, especially high-class . They always greeted each other and they where well-educated. The relationship with both side where also good. Mostly the different people classes didn´t communicate with each other, because they had different manners. Nowadays men`s and women`s are equal to each other, but in nowadays people could be nicer and politer to each other. Today people have still the same free time activities but also there is now a lot of other acticities.

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English is the only foreign language worth learning

English is the only foreign language worth learning Every people should speak some foreign language. Knowing different languages is important, we can communicate with other people around the world. But is English the only foreign language worth learning? English is one of the most important languages in the world. It helps us to communicate with other people. If you know English then you have a better chance to get the work you want. You have a better chance to work and make a career. When you go to traveling, then English is the best language to speak. You can speak English almost everywhere you go. People should learn some other languages too

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Thinking Strategically

air transport. The airline specifically targeted price-sensitive customers, and kept ticket prices low by keeping costs low. Southwest's success comes from identifying its critical success factors (CSFs) and developing its business strategy around them. The company's CSFs include:  lowest fares in the marketplace  competition with bus and automobile transport, rather than other airlines  low overhead costs and a cost-conscious employee culture  low debt-to-equity ratio  lower wages offset by profit sharing plans  friendly, courteous staff with a strong commitment to the organization  high standards of teamwork without rigid job demarcations  quick turnaround times optimizing aircraft usage Course: Thinking Strategically Topic: Defining Strategy Copyright 2007 SkillSoft. All rights reserved.

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Sõbrad

Friends and Friendship I have several friends. But my best friend is Anette. Anette is a little younger than i am- 14. I first met Anette when i was 8 years old, but we didnt become friends at first. Our fathers used to work together, so we first met each other in my fathers office. We became friends about 3 years ago, when Anette came to my traning group. It had been 3 years since we last saw each other so i didnt recognize her at first, and Anette did not recognize me either. So we bacame true friends without knowing that we had known each other for many years already. We found out that our fathers are friends about two yeas ago, when they met each other in one of our competitons and later asked us if we knew that they used to work together. The thing I most like about Anette is her character. Our characters just fit together and we have almost nerver been in a fight

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Traveling

Traveling There are many ways how to travel in the world. For example some people like to travel in their own country, other people like to travel trough the world and visit different exotic places. There are also different reasons for travelling. Some travel to learn more about other cultures, learn about other countrys history.Others might travel just to have some fun and meet new people, visit friends and family or just for business.The most common ways to travel are by plane,by car,by train or by bus. Travelling has many positive sides. When people have traveled to a completely different country, then they can compare the life in their own country and the country they are visiting. It makes people see how they can enjoy their life more

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Different cultures

different cultures, even when they talk the "same" language. When the languages are different, and translation has to be used to communicate, the potential for misunderstandings increases. Second are "behavior constraints." Each culture has its own rules about proper behavior which affect verbal and nonverbal communication. Whether one looks the other person in the eye-or not; whether one says what one means overtly or talks around the issue; how close the people stand to each other when they are talking--all of these and many more are rules of politeness which differ from culture to culture. Third factor is "emotional constraints." Different cultures regulate the display of emotion differently. Some cultures get very emotional when they are debating an issue. They yell, they cry, they exhibit their anger, fear, frustration, and other feelings openly. Other cultures try to keep their emotions hidden, exhibiting or sharing only the

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Reading a quality or a popular newspaper

Reading a quality or a popular newspaper There are two types of newspapers, one of them is quality papers and other are popular papers, tabloids. There are some differences between those two actually really unlike types of newspapers. Firstly, the main difference is in the content. From quality papers people can read about serious topics. This kind of papers contain inportant issues and reflect different political views. Also quality papers have financial and sports news. But from popular papers contain more sensational stories and scandals.

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Why learn foreign languages

Why learn foreign languages Everyone knows that nowadays English is the most common language in the world. For that reason, it is extremely important for young people to improve their skills and to learn as much as they can of, this important language. To begin with, speaking foreign languages allows you to travel wherever you want without any problems. If you are visiting a place far away, it would probably be useful for you to know a little bit of English or some other languages. For example, if you get lost in a strange country you could ask somebody for information without any problems. Furthermore, having a good knowledge of different languages could help you to find jobs. These days, it is always more common to find businesses which are looking for a good English or some other languages speaker. In addition, it could be important for you to learn language if you are interested in studying abroad. For instance, a good knowledge of English is required to

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Bahamas

longitudes 72°and 80°W. Bimini, Abaco, Inagua, Andros Island, Eleuthera, Cat Island, Long Island,San Salvador Island, Acklins,Crooked Island, Exuma andMayaguana. Nassau capital city of The Bahamas, lies on the island of New Providence. Mount Alvernia(Como Hill) 63 metres (207 ft) on Cat Island. Population: 309,156 Religions: Baptist 35.4%, Anglican 15.1%, Roman Catholic 13.5%, Pentecostal 8.1%, Church of God 4.8%, Methodist 4.2%, other Christian 15.2%, other Protestant 12%, none or unknown 3%, other 2% The 'other' category includes Jews, Muslims, Baha'is, Hindus, Rastafarians, and practitioners of Obeah Languages: English (official), Bahamian dialect Climate subtropical to tropical moderated significantly by the waters of the Gulf Stream the temperature can fall as low as 2­3 °C districts Acklins Crooked Island Berry Islands East Grand Bahama

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Joomla juhend ajutine

0-json php7.0-cgi php7.0 libapache2- mod-php7.0 php7.0-mcrypt php7.0-xml php7.0-xmlrpc #Installeerimise käigus küsitakse MySQL-andmebaasi peakasutaja parooli, sisesta parool. Insert MySQL root password: Naidis0Parool #Antud punkt on soovituslik. Programm ,,mysql_secure_installation" on ettenähtud MySQL'li installatsiooni #turvatase tõstmiseks. Program tuleb käivitada (küsitake parooli Naidis0Parool) ja vastata küsimustele. sudo mysql_secure_installation Press y|Y for Yes, any other key for No: N Change the password for root ? ((Press y|Y for Yes, any other key for No) : N Remove anonymous users? (Press y|Y for Yes, any other key for No) : Y Disallow root login remotely? (Press y|Y for Yes, any other key for No) : Y Remove test database and access to it? (Press y|Y for Yes, any other key for No) : Y Reload privilege tables now? (Press y|Y for Yes, any other key for No) : Y --- #Sisene MySQL-andmebaasi ja sisesta parool Naidis0Parool sudo mysql -u root -p

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Competition good or bad ?

Competition: good or bad ? Competition is something that everyone has in his or her life. When you are young and still studying in school, you would compete with your classmates for better grades, when you get older and start working, you would compete with your colleagues to get higher position with better salary. Companies compete with each other to get more customers.Countries compete with each other for a better economy. Even animals and plants compete with each other. But what are the good and bad sides of competition? First of all, competiton makes us strive(pingutama) more than usually. When we must compete with other people, we want to be best or at least good. As a result, we are ready to do things that maybe are difficult or boring, but improve our skills. For example, if estonian proffessional skier Kristina Smigun wants to win a gold medal, she has to focus on the upcoming contest

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Wealth does not bring happiness. True or false?

how good life is. Others invest their money wisely and never seem to spend a dime. That sort of people are usually older than the wasters. Living in a country with almost 10% of the people unemployed, we're jealous of both. Probably almost every day we catch ourselves on a thought, "I wish I was that rich, I wish I was the man on TV." No matter how hard we try though, we won't. It's nearly impossible to win a lottery and there frankly isn't any other ways of getting rich very quickly. But how many other people would know to tell us about if wealth brings happiness or not? All the other rich people have been rich for their whole lives, they don't have anything to compare. And poor people dreaming can tell even less because they've never had such money and they don't know what it takes to stay wealthy and not fall hard back to being poor. In the end, wealth does help you a lot. It makes your life so much easier so you can

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Monologue and photos

The picture is taken somewhere outside as the man is wearing a coat.  In picture 2 I can see numerous students sitting their exam in a big hall.  The photos are connected with the topic of university  There are a few similarities between these two pictures. First, they both show young people making an effort. Second, picture 1 as well as picture 2 tell us about typical aspects of student life.  However, the pictures clearly differ from each other in several aspects. To start with, while the young man in p1 is obviously relaxing after winning a competition, the students in p2 are in the middle of writing their papers. Moreover, all people in picture 1 look over the moon, but people in picture 2 look rather preoccupied with their work.  It could be the young man in p1 is the leader of the team or he has succeeded in some sort of individual field. Anyway, judging by his

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Why I have to learn English ?

Why I have to learn English? English is very important and useful language because a lot of people in the world can speak it. You need English language example when you are traveling and want to talk with local people. You need English also in Estonia when some tourist or other person who is visiting Estonia ask you to help her to find some place or wants to talk with you. You need to learn English when you want to go to some other country to study. It is usual that there are Universities in different countries in the world where is possible to learn in English. I don't know if there is any other university outside Estonia where you can learn in Estonian. You need to learn English when you would like to find new friends outside of Estonia. Today a lot of young people are speaking English and there are good opportunities to relate with people trough like MSN, Skype and Facebook.

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Otherkin subculture (beliefs, behaviour, influences)

Otherkin Beliefs- Otherkin are a community of people who see themselves as partially or entirely non-human. This is explained by some members of the otherkin community through reincarnation, they have a nonhuman souls. Here you can see the model of reincarnation- it happens when a non-human (for example a fox or a wolf or a dragon) dies, their body dies but the soul never dies and it just takes some other body, gets inside there and many Otherkin community members believe that this non-human soul is in their body, that their own soul is not human. They declare that inside they are more than just homo sapiens. Not all otherkin necessarily share these beliefs; some may simply prefer to identify as non-human without this reincarnation. Mostly these peole communicate on the Internet and if they gather then mostly to talk about their past, their feelings or to just get

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Inglise keele siduvad sõnad

first, second, third for example in general first, furthermore, finally for instance generally to begin, to conclude as follows: on the whole next that is as a rule Reinforcement in this case for the most part also namely in most cases furthermore in other words usually moreover Result/consequence Highlighting what is more so in particular in addition therefore particularly besides as a result/consequence especially above all accordingly mainly as well (as) consequently Reformulation

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Friends have more Influence than Family on Teenagers

Friends have more Influence than Family on Teenagers Human interaction plays a vital role in our existence. It isn't abnormal for people to learn from each other or act according to the social norm set by others. In their teens, people begin to form strong connections with other individuals their own age ­ this may inherently play a role in how we act. The connection made between friends is usually much stronger than between family members. With teens, there is always a `rebellious' factor in play, which may make them adapt certain behaviors or ideas from our friends, in order to appease the inner rebel inside of us. Teenagers act according to the norm that is prominent in the group they are apart of. For example, the punk movement will

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Television is a little more than a waste of time

consider watching television as a sign of lazyness or boredom. I think that television has also some good sides and it is a little more than a waste of time. First of all, I think that TV is mainly a source of information. It allows people to get different kinds of information in an easy way. People can reach information in different languages and about different things just by clicking the remote control. We have channels that show information about other countries politics, economy or other news. In that way we can stay informed with the events that are happening from all over the world. Secondly, television allows people to discover other unknown cultures, traditions and religions. Through television we can become very familiar with them. There are a lot of things we can learn from other people and their customs and television gives an opportunity to do that. Television has an ability to entertain people from all over the world. Movies, documentarys, music

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Why do we need morality?

Why do we need morality? As an English philosopher Thomas Hobbes (1588-1679) said, all humans are made equal in mental and physical abilities. This does not mean that all of us are equally strong, smart or beautiful, but that everyone has the ability to damage or kill the other. The main goals, we all want to achieve, are having a shelter, security, power, wealth and enough food. This means that people are constantly competing with each other and that makes all of us (who desire the same things) enemies. Hobbes names the insecurity and fear people feel towards each other a "state of nature". In this state there are no moral rules or enforced laws, also no justice or injustice. People, being violent and arbitrary, will only follow their own interest. So without laws and boundaries, people would be in constant war - every man for himself. In this kind of society there is no time for cultural or industrial development.

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