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"relief" - 131 õppematerjali

relief on both their faces simultaneously changing to surprise as they saw who I was standing
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Topic USA

These include education, crimes, family law and contract law. Like the national government, state governments have three branches: executive, legislative, and judicial. The chief of the state is elected by governor, who typically holds for a four-year-term. The constitutions of the various states differ in some details, but generally follow the general laws. The government. Relief The country naturally presents a tremendous variety in physical features. The highest peak of US is Mt. McKinley in Alaska at ~6000 metrs, while part of Death Valley in California is 89 metres below sea level. At the western edge of the Atlantic coast plain, are almost unbroken mountains, stretching from the Maine into Alabama, called the Appalachian Mountains. These mountains contain coal and iron. The heart of the U.S is a vas plain named in...

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Australia topic

The head of state is the Queen of the United Kingdom. Governor-General Michael Jeffery, performs her functions in Queen's absence. The parliament consists the Senate and the House of the Reprentativer. The head of the government is the prime minister. The Prime Minister is elected by the House of Representatives and the Cabinet. The Prime Minister is John Howard. Currency- Australian dollar. Relief Australia has a variety of landscapes. The Great Australian Bight lies in the south of Australia. The Gulf of Carpentaria is between the Arafura Sea and Cape York. The Bass Strait separates the island of Tasmania from the mainland of Australia. The Great Barrier Reef is in the north-east of Australia, between the Coral Sea and the mainland. The western part of Australia is covered with deserts. Most of the rocks have turned into sand. The b...

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Manual regarding the Customs Treatment of Gifts and Items of Negligible Value

ie VPN 632296323463235 This manual provides a guide to the interpretation of the legislation governing the Customs treatment of gifts and items of negligible value and should be read in conjunction with that legislation. (Previously O. I. 107 of 2005, replaced by O.I. 69 of 2008 as amended by O.I. 64 of 2009)...

Inglise keel - Kutsekool
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Ameerika ühendriigid

Tallinn English College Topic The United States of America Form Tallinn 2005 Introduction The United States of America is a very big country. Its territory is about 9.4 million square kilometres and its population is more than 260 million people, 12% of them are the Afro-Americans. It...

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Sandrigham house

King George V maintained this custom during his lifetime, but King Edward VIII abolished it on his accession in 1936. Sandringham was the setting for some dramatic events. Queen Victoria did not pay her first visit to Sandringham until 1871, when the Prince of Wales suffered an attack of typhoid fever (the illness of which his father had died) while staying there. Margus Maasik G1a To the relief of Queen Victoria and the nation, the Prince survived and made a slow recovery. The eldest son of the Prince and Princess of Wales was not so lucky 21 years later. Prince Albert Victor, Duke of Clarence, in the direct line of succession, fell ill at Sandringham shortly after celebrating his 28th birthday there. He died on 14 January 1892 after a violent bout of influenza. Sandringham became the home to a second Royal couple when Prince Georg...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Hemingway A Farewell to Arms (themes, motifs, symbols)

Themes, Motifs, and Symbols Themes Themes are the fundamental and often universal ideas explored in a literary work. The Grim Reality of War - As the title of the novel makes clear, A Farewell to Arms concerns itself primarily with war, namely the process by which Frederic Henry removes himself from it and leaves it behind. The few characters in the novel who actually support the effort--Ettore...

Tekstistruktuur (inglise) - Tallinna Ülikool
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Austraalia referaat inglise keeles

................... Government....................................................................................... ............................... History............................................................................................. .................................. Relief................................................................................................ .................................. Geographical position............................................................................................. ....... Waterbodies.................................................................................... .................................. Natural zones............................................................................................. ...................... Plants............................................................................................. .................................... Animals............................................................................................. ................................. Climate............................................................................................. ....................................

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Eesti referaat

Estonia is located in a humid zone in which the amount of precipitation outnumbers total evaporation. There are about 160 to 180 rainy days a year. Snow cover usually lasts from middle December to late March. Luckily Estonia has no climatic extremes. Heavvy storms and extensive floods are rare. LANDSCAPE Estonia is mostly flat with average elevation of only about 50 meters above sea level. The relief of the present day lanscape was shaped suring the Ice Age. The hilly terrain was also shaped by the continental ice and melting waters. The land still rises 25 cm in every 100 years. Kalevipoeg, the national hero, is related to many features of the relief. The Baltic Glint is one of the world's most important denudations of Ordovician sedimetary rocks. Half of Estonia is covered with forests and 30 % is covered with wetlands. The...

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Inglismaa

4 Government..................................................................................................................5 Queen Victoria.............................................................................................................5 Relief ............................................................................................................................6 Climate ........................................................................................................................7 Plants............................................................................................................................7 Animal life...

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Tartu ajalugu

John's Lutheran Church St John's Church was probably built in the first third of the 14th century. There is no other brick church decorated with so much terracotta plastic in Europe Eduard Tubin Monument The Eduard Tubin monument, marking the 100th birthday of the composer, was dedicated in 2005. The authors of the statue are sculptor A...

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Topic – Australia

From the north it is bordered by the Timor Sea and the Torres Strait. From the east by the Coral Sea and the Tasman Sea. Australia's coastline is about 37,000 km long. The Great Australian Bight washes the southern coast. The Gulf of Carpenteria and the Cape York Peninsula surround it in the south. 3. Relief Australia is the smallest continent in the world It is often called the island continent because is too big for an island but rather small for a continent. Australia is 1,800 miles from the mainland of Asia and almost half way round the world from Europe. More than 6,000 miles of ocean separate in from the America. Australia is the only continent except for Antarctica that lies all south of the equator. The natural zones of Australia ar...

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Topic - Canada 2

Canada is a vast country, with a territory of 3.8 million square miles of land and fresh water it is the second biggest country in the world after Russia. Canada covers most of the northern part of North America. Canada has over 151,480 miles of coastline. Most of Canada's human population lives along its southern border. 3. Relief Canada's geography is very diverse. It has huge lakes, evergreen forests, prairies, meadows and beautiful mountains. There are thousands of miles of coastline with beaches, fjords and wild rivers flowing to the oceans. Canada is a country of wide open spaces and beautiful landscape where traveling visitors can unexpectedly bump into wild animals like bears or be struck by unusual sight like the scarecrows on the Cabot Trail. Canada i...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Topic - Estonia

Introduction Estonia is a small country about the size of Switzerland, or New Hampshire and Massachussetts combined. Estonia is named after the people called "Ests" who lived in the region in the 1 st century AD. The Republic of Estonia is one of the three countries commonly known as the "Baltic States". T...

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Topic - Great Britain

Tallinn English College Topic Great Britain 2007 1. Introduction The official name of Great Britain is `the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (or short United Kingdom)' The population is about 60.4 million. The capital is London. Other biggest cities include Birmingham, Bristol, Portsmouth, Glasgow and Swansea. English is th...

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Topic - USA

There are 50 states in America. Most of the people live in towns. The biggest state is Alaska; next by size are California, Alaska and Montana. Six states - Maine, Vermont, New Hampshire, Connecticut, Rhode Island and Massachusetts are called New England. They are all small states in the USA that lie in the north- east. The first colony of immigrants settled down in Virginia, in the eastern part of the USA. 3. Relief The USA is situated in the central part of the North American continent. Its western coast is washed by the Pacific Ocean and its eastern coast is washed by the Atlantic Ocean and in the south its coast is washed by the Gulf of Mexico. The coastline is even. There are no big islands belonging to the USA except the Hawaiian Islands which lie halfway the continents of America and Asia. The biggest peninsulas are the Florida Peninsula and Alas...

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Word formation for advanced level

Chestnut honey provides quick and ............. relief .(EFFECT) 2. Come rain, wind or shine these snapdragons give a superb display over an ....................... long period. (EXCEPTION) 3. Dreaming of a beautiful home for your ........................... .(RETIRE)? Enjoy lifetime ownership of a luxury home for an ................. price.(AFFORD) 4. The post-war decline in beer ......................... was practically halted last year. (CONSUME) 5. Better is a dinner of herbs where love is,...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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London - sillad, tornid, ajalugu

Its highest is said to be the exact distance from the place where the fire started. At the top of the Monument there is a viewing platform from where one can have a great view of the City. There are 311 stairs inside the Monument which the visitors can climb to the top. Above the viewing platform, at the very top of the Monument, there is a brass ball covered with brass flames. At the pedestal of the Monument there is a stone relief depicting Charles II dressed in Roman costume helping Londoners to rebuild their city. Barbican Centre The Barbican takes its name from the ancient fortifications that used to surround the City. (A barbican is a watchtower that hangs upon a gate.) It remained an upper-class part of town for much of the 17th-century, but by Victorian times the working class had taken over. Due to its proximity to the docks, it suffered plenty of punishing...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Auto mootor

Põltsamaa Ametikool Mootor A1 Margo Pukki Kaarlimõisa 2008 1.Mootori ehitus 1. Väntmehhanism 1.1 Ülesanne? 1.2 Ehitus?(Põhiosad) 1.3 Tööpõhimõte? Väntmehhanism- muudab kütuse põlemisel tekkinud gaaside rõhu (edaspidi-indikaatorrõhk pi) kolvi edasi-tagasi liikumise abil väntvõlli pöörlevaks liikumiseks. Tema osad on: plokikaas,...

Auto õpetus - Kutsekool
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Letter to a penfriend

WT Letter to a Friend Dear Tom, Sorry I haven't written you for a while, but I've just returned from a a week's holiday in United Kingdom, London. We stayed in one of the city's best hotels. The hotel was Radisson SAS and it was right in the centre of the city. It was ideal to go sightseeing and shopping. London is spectacular city. It's the largest city...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Esmaabi

Hädaabinumbril 112 helista kui: · vajad kiiret arstiabi · on tulekahju või selle kahtlus · liiklus- või muu kannatanutega õnnetus · toimus plahvatus või selle oht · on tugev õhureostus · inimene on kusagile kinni jäänud · on ohtlik metsloom linnas · on pinnareostus · inimene on uppumas · toimus varing või selle oht · on gaasiavarii või -leke ·...

Ohuõpetus - Kutsekool
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