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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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The Inchcape Rock

He removes a warning bell that warns sailors about a secret underwater rock. By doing this, he signs his own death sentence. At a dark night, he crashes his ship to the Rock, because there was no bell to warn him. In the first stanza of the poem Southey describes the surroundings. The tone of the poem is set, at the begging it is very serene and relaxed. The weather and sea are calm, the ship stands, undisturbed, in the water. The reader is supposed to feel joy and relax when this description is given, it brings to mind a sunny and warm summer-day, when everything is just perfect. The point on the first stanza is only to set the tone, it has no real artistic value. The second stanza states that there was no sign of the Inchcape Rock, which lay below the water surface. The water gave no sign of that deadly rock and the low, calm waves did not move, or...

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Lühikonspekt - sotsioloogia ajalugu 2

Sissejuhatus sotsioloogiasse Tänapäeva sotsioloogia teooria Kindlat piiri klassikalise ja tänapäeva sotsioloogia vahel muidugi pole. Kaks tunnust mille poolest tänapäeva sotsioloogia erineb klassikalisest on: empiiriliste uuringute osatähtsuse kasv (teoreetilistega võrreldes) ja USA osatähtsuse kasv (Euroopaga võrreldes). Nagu varem öeldud eristatakse tänapäeva sotsioloogias kolme peamist paradigma ­ funktsionalism, konfliktiparadigma ja interaktsionism. Järgnev ülevaade lähtub nende kolme paradigma eristusest. Funktsionalism Funktsionalistliku paradigma all käsitletakse järgnevalt kolme teoreetilist voolu ­ Briti sotsiaalantropoloogia, Ameerika funktsionalistlik sotsioloogia ja Prantsuse strukturalism. Need voolud on küllaltki erinevad ja nende paigutamine ühe paradigma alla on suur lihtsustus. Neid kolme voolu ühendab see, et nad...

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John Harvey Kellogg

John Harvey Kellogg (February 26, 1852 ­ December 14, 1943) was an American medical doctor in Battle Creek, Michigan, who ran a sanitarium using holistic methods, with a particular focus on nutrition, enemas, and exercise. Kellogg was an advocate of vegetarianism and is best known for the invention of the corn flakes breakfast cereal with his brother, Will Keith Kellogg. Kellogg was born in Tyrone, Michigan,[2] to John Preston Kellogg (1806­1881) and Ann Janette Stanley (1824­1893). John lived with two sisters during childhood. By 1860, the family had moved to Battle Creek, Michigan, where his father set up a broom factory. John later worked as a printer's devil in a Battle Creek publishing house. With his brother, Will Keith Kellogg, they started the Sanitas Food Company to produce their whole grain cereals around 1897, a time when the standard breakfast for the wealthy was eggs and meat, while the poor ate porridge, farina, gruel, an...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Piletid vastustega

Ticket No1 1)The characteristic is called output characteristic or volt-ampere charateristic of a Rectifier Diode. 2)Rectifier Diode. 3) A is called Anode and C is called Cathode. An Anode has positive potential and therefore collects electrons in the device. Cathode has negative potential and therefore emits electrons to anode. The symbol looks like an arrow that ponts from the anode to the cathode, and reminds that conventional current flows easily from the p side(anode) to the n side(cathode). BIASING. Forward biasing. If the current in a diode is too large, excessive heat will destroy the device. Even approaching the burnout current value without reaching it can shorten its life. Therefore manufacturer's data sheet specifies the maximum forward current, that diode can withstand. This average current IF is the rate a diode can handle up to the forward direction when used a...

Elektroonika jõupooljuht... - Tallinna Tehnikaülikool
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Topic – Australia

Introduction The name Australia is derived from the Latin Australis, meaning of the south. In land area, Australia is the sixth largest nation, its territory is 7,686,850 sq km and its population reaches today over 20,5 million people. It is the only nation to govern an entire continent and its outlying islands. Australia's capital is Canberra, the only city with its own territory. It was built in the early 1900s just to be the capital. The official language is English and the official name of Australia is the Commonwealth of Australia. Australia is located on the Southern Hemisphere (because of that Australia is also called "A land down under"). 2 . Geographical position Australia is an island continent and...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Topic - Canada

The land of diversity. Tallinn 2006 Canada. If you had to use two words to describe Canada, they might be large and diverse. Canada is the second largest country in the world with a territory of about 10 million square kilometers and it is bordered by three oceans: the Arctic, the Pacific and the Atlantic Oceans. The population of Canada is about 31 million people. About 77% of the people live in cities which lie in a band about 100 miles wide above the border of the United States. The capital of Canada is Ottawa. Other large cities are Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver, Winnipeg and Quebec. Canada has two official languages ­ English and French. It's interesting to know that about 61% of Canadians name English and 24% French their mother tongue. There are also many other languages spoken in Canada such as: Italian, Chinese, German, Polish,...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Topic - Canada 2

Introduction If you had to use two words to describe Canada, they might be large and diverse. Canada is the second largest country in the world with a territory of about 10 million square kilometers and it is bordered by three oceans: the Arctic, the Pacific and the Atlantic Oceans. The population of Canada is about 31 million people. About 77% of the people live in cities which lie in a band about 100 miles wide above the border of the United States. The capital of Canada is Ottawa. Other large cities are Montreal, Toronto, Vancouver, Winnipeg and Quebec. 2. Geographical position Canada is a huge country in the continent of North America. It is bordered with the Atlantic Ocean in the east, the Pacific Ocean in the west, the United States of America in the south and the Arctic Ocean in the north. Canada is a vast...

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". The other Baltic States are Latvia and Lithuania. 2. Geographical position Estonia is situated in northeastern Europe. Estonia is bounded on the north by the Gulf of Finland, on the east by Russia, on the south by Latvia and on the west by the Baltic Sea. In the north it borders on Finland. The coastline of the Baltic Sea in Estonia is characterized by numerous gulfs and bays, the biggest of them being the Gulf of Finland, the Gulf of Riga and the Gulf of Pärnu. Bays include the Narva Bay, Matsalu Bay, Kolga Bay, Kunda Bay, Tallinn Bay etc. E...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Topic - Great Britain

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 the main language of Great Britain, but Welsh is officially recognized in Wales and Gaelic in Scotland. 2. Geographical position The British Isles is the geographical term for a group of about 5000 islands off the coast of mainland Europe. The largest island is Great Britain, which is also the largest island in Europe. It consists of England, Wales and Scotland. The next largest island is Ireland, which is made up of Northern Ireland and the Irish Republic. Britain and Northern Island together form the United Kingdom. When referring to Britain...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Topic - Health

Introduction Health is the level of functional or metabolic efficiency of an organism at both the cellular and social level. In the medical field, health is commonly defined as an organism's ability to succesfully respond to challenges and effectively restore and keep a so-called ,,state of balance". 2. History · Early hospitals During the Middle Ages the hospital could serve other functions, such as an almshouse for the poor, or hostel for pilgrims. In ancient cultures, religion and medicine were linked. The earliest known institutions aiming to provide cure were Egyptian temples. Greek temples dedicatedto the healer-god, might admit the sick, who would wait for guidance from the god in a dream. The Romans adopted this worship. The Sri Lankans are perhaps responsible for introducing theconcept ofdedicated hospitals to the world. According to an ancient chronicle, written in the 6 th centur...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Topic - Libraries

Introduction A library is a collection of books. Libraries are maintained by a public body such as an institution or an individual. These collections are used by people who choose not to (or cannot afford) purchase an extensive collection themselves or who need professional assistance with their research. However, with the collection of media other than books, many libraries are now also access points for maps, prints or other documents and artworks such as microfilm, audio tapes, CDs, cassettes and DVDs. So, modern libraries are being redifined as places to get access to information in many formats and from many sources. In addition to providing materials, they also provide the services of specialists who are experts in matters related to finding and organizing inf...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Topic - London

London has been an important settlement for over two millenniums. It is also one of the world's leading business, financial and cultural centres and its influence in politics, education, entertainment and even fashion contribute to its status as a major global city. London is a major tourist attraction with four world heritage sites, several royal parks and numerous iconic landmarks such as the Houses of Parliament, Towe Bridge, the Tower of London, Westminster Abbey and the London Eye. 2. History Although there is some evidence of a permanent settlement before the Romans came in 43 A.D., it is more accepted by historians that the Romans were the first. The settlement was called Londinium. The first London lasted for just seventeen years, for around AD 61, a tribe of Celts led by Queen Boudica stormed London, burning it to the ground. The next heavily-planned London prospered and surpassed Colchester (another major city at the time) as the capital of the Roman province of Britannia. At its height in the 2nd century, Roman London had a population of about 60,000. However, by the 3 rd century, the city fell into a decline due to trouble in the Roman Empire and by the 5th century, it was largely abandoned. But, under the control of various English kings, London once again prospered as an international trading centre. However, Viking raids began in the late 10 th century and reached a head when they took the city under Danish king Canute and forced the then-English king to flee. Years later, following a victory at the Battle of Hastings, William the Conqueror was crowned King of England in the newly-finished Westminster Abbey in 1066. William granted the citizens of London special privileges while building a castle in the corner of the city to keep them under control. This castle was expanded by later kings and is now known as the Tower of Londo...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Topic - Sport

Introduction For some people sport plays a very important part in their lives. And to some, it is even a way of life. There are different kinds of sports. For instance, there are sports meant for playing indoors, some can be practised only at a certain time of year. There are winter and summer sports also. Skiing, figure-skating, sledding and snowboarding ­ these four most popular are practised during winter. Good examples of summer sports are: swimming, badminton, roller skating and golf. 2. The ancient Olympic Games The first recorded Olympic Games took place in 776. B.C. at Olympia but the city may have functioned as a meeting place for worship and other political practices many years earlier. The city is located in western Greece. The games were held every four years. It is also presumed that such competitions pleased the s...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Topic - USA

Introduction The United States of America's territory is over 3.7 million square miles (over 9.6 million km²) and population more than 300 million people. The capital city is Washington D.C. Although the United States has no official language at the federal level, English is the de facto national language. English is the most common language for daily interaction among both native and non-native speakers. Spanish is the second language. The largest city is the New York City. The Government is Federal constitutional republic and the president is George W. Bush. 2. Geographical position The United States of America is located on the continent of North America. It has borders with two countries ­ Mexico and Canada. There are also the Atlantic Ocean, the Pacific Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico surrounding...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Water pollution and society

e make. But if everybody think so, it's obvious that nothing happens. We have to change our way of thinking and start caring about the lives of our offspring. Because the situation could be cathastrophical after 50 years and then it would be too late to save anything. 95 percent of all fresh water on Earth is ground water and it's getting more and more polluted every day. 53 percent of the population relies on ground water. There are aereas that suffer under the lackess...

Inglise keel - Tartu Ülikool
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Art Museum of Estonia

Art Museum of Estonia Art Museum of Estonia was founded on November 17th, 1919, but it was not until 1921 that it got its first permanent building ­ the Kadriorg Palace, built in the 18th century. In 1929 the palace was expropriated from the Art Museum in order to rebuild it as the residence of the President of Estonia. The Art Museum of Estonia was housed in several different temporary spaces, until it moved back to the palace in 1946. In September, 1991 the Kadriorg Palace was closed, because it had totally deteriorated by then. At the end of the year the Supreme Council of the Republic of Estonia decided to guarantee the construction of a new building for the Art Museum of Estonia in Kadriorg. Untill then the Knighthood House at Toompea Hill served as the temporary main building of the Art Museum of Estonia. The exhibition there was opened on April 1, 1993. Art Museum of Estonia premanently closed down the exhibitions in that buildi...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Word formation for advanced level

of hygiene to public health.(IMPORTANT) 7. The ....................collapse of the Roman Empire lasted for nearly three hundred years before its final dissolution in AD 476.(GRADE) 8. Jamie's ....................of the night's events is hazy but the tabloids will refresh his memory. (RECOLLECT) 9. We are great ........................ in fate and we believe we're meant to be together.(BELIEVE) 10. I think your stylist has taken her ............................... from the rubbish dump.(INSPIRE) 11. The statesmen and scholars have made important ................................ on ways Washington could help Russia control parts of the arsenal. (SUGGEST) 12. After denying the ........................... of any recordings of the UFO abductions, Mr President went on to talk about the newest tax policy.(EXIST) 13. Your .......................... to me really bothers me. I told you a hundred times that I'm not the guy you need.(ATTACH) 14. It is an ............................. fact that the search will go on for another couple of months.(DENY) 15. The most important feast of Islam, Eid ul-Adha (which means Celebration of Sacrifice) marks Abraham's ...................... to sacrifice his son in ................................ to Allah with a three-day festival. (WILLING; OBEY) 16. The monitoring programme is .............................. well developed in our school.(SPECTACULAR) 17. For much of the last decade, Italy's leaning tower of Pisa was a huge .................................. site. (CONSTRUCT) 18. When planning began in 1989, Prof. Piero Pierotti called the rescue effort "irresponsible ......................." that would put the tower at risk.(MAD) 19. Once and for all - fingers crossed - the leaning tower has been .................................. .(RIGHT) 20. I...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Äriplaan

T.S Business plan Karin Erimäe Instructor: Natalja Zagura Tartu 2008 2 TABLE OF CONTENTS TABLE OF CONTENTS........................................................................................................2 EXECUTIVE SUMMARY.................................................................................................... 3 BUSINESS IDEA...................................................................................................................3 Mission...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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The Saxons & Vikings

The Saxons & Vikings Fragmentary knowledge of England in the 5th & 6th centuries comes from the British writer Gildas, the Anglo-Saxon Chronicle, saints' lives, poetry, archaelogical findings and place- name studies. British landlords ruled small, unstable kingdoms and continued some Roman traditions of governance. In the mid-5th cent, Vertigern, a British leader, hired Germanic mercenaries to help defend against peoples of the north (Picts & Scots). In the end they revolted & the process of invasion and settlement began. The first Saxon ,,kings" were Hengist & Horsa in Kent, Aelle in Sussex, Cerdic / Cynric in Wessex. So the first ,,English" became mainly from Northern Germany & Denmark. The resistance of the Celts was long. They were free at the time, not like other Roman provinces on the Continent. Around 500, the Britons seem to have won several victories. One of their leaders was Ambrosius Aurelianus and one of...

British history (suurbritannia... - Keskkool
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The Middle Ages

England provided most of its wealth, but the heart was Anjou. Henry II began to regain royal control. During the war some barons had become very powerful. He pulled down some of their castles. He tried to restore law & order. He wanted the same kind of justice to be used everywhere. He appointed his own judges to travel around the country. They dealt with crimes & disagreements over poverty. Serious offences were tried in the king's court. At first they had no special knowledge or training. They were trusted to use common sense. By the end of the 12th cent. They had real knowledge & experience of the law which became known as ,,common law", based on custom, comparison, previous cases & decisions. It was unlike in the rest of Europe. In England trial by ,,ordeal" was replaced with trial by jury. The work of juries gradually changed from giving evidence to judging evidence of others . Now the king's laws were in force everywhere. In 1157 he forced Malcolm IV of Scotland to give up border regions to England. In 1171 he went to Ireland, took it under his rule & made his son John, Lord of Ireland. When he got the throne there had been a civil war between his mother Matilda & uncle Stephen. There was also Church who had become too powerful. The Church wanted the kings of Europe to accept its authority over both spiritual & earthy affairs. Conflict between Henry & Church. He chose his trusted adviser, Thomas Becket, to become archbishop in 1162, but he began to defend the Church. Henry saw him as a traitor, lost his temper. He is said to have exclaimed ,,Will no one rid me of this turbulent priest?" 4 knights killed Becket on the altar steps. The murder shocked. The Pope made Becket a saint. Canterbury became a shrine. Henry himself made a pilgrimage to Canterbury, walked barefoot through the town and was flogged by b...

British history (suurbritannia... - Keskkool
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