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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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Pinnakareduse standardid

25, 0.8, 2.5, 8, & 25 Maximum height Rmax (S indication) ------ Pt ------ P profile Ten point height Rz (Z indication) ------ ------ ------ parameter Other P parameters ------ ------ Pp, Pa, (Tp)c, ------ Motif parameters ------ R, AR, Kr, W, ------ ------ W'max, W't, AW, Kw Indication of Rmax=1.6 Pt 0.8 - 0.6 maximum height Rmax=0.8 ------ ------ < 1.5m...

Materjaliõpetus - Tallinna Tehnikaülikool
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To be or not to be a vegeterian

there are many positive and negative sides of being a vegeterian but what are they? First of all, many people think that being vegeterian is helthy but is it? Eating always plants does not give us protein that is wery important to our health. Secondly, vegetables does not give us fat, what is very important to keep warm and without it our kidneys run around in our body, and it is painful. It is clear, that for life we need many more nutritions, what we can get from green food. On the other hand it is healthy to be a vegeretian. People, who does not eat meat are fit and this is healthy. Our heart can work well and vegeterians dont need to worry about stroke because their body dont consist cholesterol. Maybe they can live longer, but it is not proved. And last, but not least , a veg...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Disainiajalugu, algus

sajandil vallandunud leiutiste laine põhjustas ühiskonna ümberkorralduse ja käsitsitöö järk-järgulise asendumise masinatööga. J.Watt´i leiutis aurumasin (1765) oli otsustav samm industrialiseerimise suunas. 1850. aastaks oli see protsess haaranud peale Inglismaa ka teised jõukamad Euroopa riigid. · Inglismaa oli läbi kogu XIX sajandi tööstuslikult maailma kõige enam arenenud riik. · Kehtis arusaam, et tööstuslik areng oli sünonüümiks progressile. · Kuid masinate intensiivne kasutamine ja kaupade tootmise viimine spetsiaalsetesse tehasepiirkondadesse viis disaini ja tootmistegevuse killunemiseni. · See eraldas disaini toote valmistamisest ja tähendas, et oskuslik käsitööline enam ei loonud ega disaininud toodet kui oma ala meister. · Industrialiseerimise käigus asendusid oskustöölised pooliku või olematu kvalifikatsiooniga masinaoperaatoritega. · Ül...

Disainiajalugu - Eesti Ettevõtluskõrgkool Mainor
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Lady with ermine

The painting is one of only four female portraits Leonardo painted. Despite sustaining much damage ­ the surface is much rubbed, the background was lightly overpainted with unmodulated black, the upper left corner has been broken and repaired, a transparent veil on the model's head was turned into an extravagant hairdo and several fingers were grossly retouched - it is nonetheless in better condition than many of Leonardo's other paintings. The sitter's hair is confined tightly to her head under a very fine net veil with a woven border of gold-wound threads. As in many of Leonardo's portraits, the composition comprises a pyramidic spiral and the sitter is caught in the motion of turning to her left, reflecting Leonardo's life-long preoccupation with the dynamics of movement. This work in particular shows da Vinci's e...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Aforismid (inglise keeles)

19. If you odn't give a certain amount of attention to filtering distractions, every distraction is a catastrophe. 20. If you don't know what your duty is, your duty is to find out. 21. If you're not an animal, then you must be a vegetable. 22. If you want to get along you have to get along with those who don't want to get along. 23. If you whine whenever anybody messes with your crutches you can't claim not to be crippled. 24. I hate an unfair fight, so I need to be ganged up on. 25. Inattention is not O.K. 26. Injustice in your vicinity is your business--particularly your own. 27. It is not enough to refrain from bearing false witness against your neighbor. When he is falsely accused it is your duty to bear witness to the truth, no matter what your opinion of him generally may be. 28. It isn't stupidity that bothers me; it's the reign of stupidity. 29. I want to separate the sheep from the goats; I have no use for sheep. 30. I want what I want. Don't offer me any substitutes. When there's a problem I want a solution. Don't offer me any half measures. 31. Literal-mindedness is good. 32. One of the biggest energy-wasting manifestations is the compulsion to begrudge energy. 33. One need not have a better theory to object to a theory's defects. 34. One needs more energy, higher frequencies, more bandwidth, and less interference in order to sustain a finer quality of attention. 35. One who has authority over others is responsible for deterring them from behaving unustly toward one another and for effecting the redress of injustices when they occur. 36. One who is not still looking for answers is either a buddha or a damn fool. 37. People say that they want to be "loved for themselves" but I find that insulting. I want to do things th...

Inglise kirjandus - Keskkool
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Temperate deciduous forests, woodlands and shrub

Temperate deciduous forests, woodlands and shrub Tartu 2008 Location: Temperate forests are typical of all European continent, the Eastern region of Asia (in special, Chinese and Japan) and North America. Also are finded in tempered areas of South America. Climate: The average temperature in temperate forests is 50° F. Summers are mild, and average about 70° F, while winter temperatures are often well blow freezing. The average yearly precipitation is 30-60 inches. This precipitation falls throughout the year, but in the winter it falls as snow. There are four seasons in this biome, with warm summers and cold winters, often snowy. In autumn, the leaves change color and fall from the trees. The leaves decay on the forest floor, so the soil is very rich. Because of this, and because of the long growing season, many deciduous forests have been cut down for farming purposes. Plants: Trees of this biome include hardwood...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Valentine's day

This holiday is named after a priest Valentine. The holiday is celebrated almost everywhere around the world. It is the traditional day on which lovers express their love for each other , sending cards. On this day people show how much they care about their friends. Usually on this day people gift hand-made cards and roses. Nowadays people can also send e-cards. Modern Valentine symbols include the heart-shaped outline and the figure of the winged Cupid. The traditional Valentine's colours are pink and red. On that day people should were pink and red clothes. In different countries there are different traditions on Valentine's Day. History There are many versions of the history of Valentine's Day. One version is that there was a priest named Valentine who served during third century Rome. There was an Emperor at that time by the name of Claudius II. Emperor Claudius II decided that single men made better soldiers than those that were married. With this thought in mind he outlawed marriage for young men in hopes of building a stronger military base. Supposedly, Valentine decided this decree just wasn't fair and...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Tourists in Estonia

Regular Finn are an over-weight and very loud, usually because they are drunk. And our hotels are full of Finns. If you ever visit a passenger-port and see a person who have one or more luggage carriers full of export beer boxes then you have seen our north-neighbour. The Brits Usually here are only British bachelors who want to have a stag party in our pubs. These kind of Brits are very annoying. But here are also nice old Brits, much less than bachelors but still some. Older Brits usually are with cameras and visit all the sightseeing in Tallinn. They look very intelligent and for some reasons all Brits are very skinny. The Japanese Japan is really far from Estonia but still here some lost Japan tourist in here Tallinn. Japanese are very small but fast. Usually they don't move alone, they are always in a tourist group or in some other group. Young Japanese are like old Brits. They always carry a camera with them and take pictures of everything. And one weird thing is that only younger Japanese get lost here at least I haven't seen any middle-age Japanese. The Yanks Americans are here usually with their familys, they are huge and very loud. They visit all the sightseeings only because everybody does that. They get here with cruise ships and a lot of them even won't come out of the ship. The Turks Turks looks like Russians but they are here for girls. Some richer young Turks can afford to travel and they are here in Estonia. Turks don't do anything beside watc...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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New York City

It has a population of over seven million,the largest of any city in the country, and an area of 783 kilometres. The population of New York has contained members of many races ever since the 17th century. Nowadays about 40 per cent of its inhabitants are immigrants or have a parents who were. The city has over 20 000 hectars of parkland. One of the parks, Central Park, was designed by Frederic Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux. Its 340 hectares contain half a million tees, several lakes, a rollerskating rink, a theatre, the Metropolitan Museum of Art and much more. There are beaches in many parts of New York. One of the most popular is Coney Island Beach in Brooklyn. Visitors there can swim in the sea, enjoy the amusement park, eat hot dogs and visit the New York Aquarium, which contains about 10 000...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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California state

State nickname-"The Golden State" has long been a popular designation for California and was made the official State Nickname in 1968. It is particularly appropriate since California's modern development can be traced back to the discovery of gold in 1848 and fields of golden poppies can be seen each spring throughout the state. State song-California's official state song is "I Love You, California", written by F.B. Silverwood, a Los Angeles merchant. Total direct travel spending in California was $96.7 billion in 2007. Travel spending increased by 3.6 percent over the preceding year. Of California's approximately 14 million international visitors, about 5.2 million were from overseas in 2007, 21.7 percent of all overseas visitors to the U.S., and up 12.4 percent from 2006. Indians history The history of California Indians is a different story from that of other ethnic groups who came in the last few centuries as immigrants to an already populated land. For Indians, this is their homeland, and their history spans more than 10,000 years of occupation. The history of California Indians is a different story from that of other ethnic groups who came in the last few centuries as immigrants to an already populated land. For Indians, this is their homeland, and their history spans more than 10,000 years of occupation. Alfred Louis Kroeber, Handbook of t...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Elukutse jutt.

Model is a person who walks on podiums and shows people different outfits, it is their job. Models are the ikons of style. Most of us know different models, first of all Carmen Kass then there is such famous names like Heidi Klum, Karolina Kurkova and many other celebrities. Model work seems simple, but its not. It is hard and takes your time. You have to be bright and not to be shy for anything what connects your body. You have to be able to change clothes quickly, otherwise you will loose your battle for being the next top model of the hole world. It all depends on you how far in this business you can go. , , . ikons . , , , Klum , . , . . - , . , - . , . ...

Vene keel - Keskkool
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Surprise

Because it was adressed to me and I hadn`t got any letters for a long time. I had just found it when I came to the kitchen. It was afternoon and I arrived from school. I hadn`t been expecting that kind of surprise at all. There was a name and an address on the other side, which I didn`t recognize. In addition, it seemed a bit weird that the envelope was on the floor, next to the table, but on second thought it could have been there by accident. So now I went upstairs, to my room and sat on the armchair. I sat there for a moment, holding the letter on my lap and looking out the window ­ to let the curiousity grow. Than I prepared to tear it open, but some noise from downstairs interrupted me. I sat still and listened for a minute, it was quiet again. As I laid my eyes on the envelope again the same sound, only louder, interrupte...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Captain Cook

It's main character is Captain Cook. Captain Cook was an oridinery farmer son. Cook was borned in 1728 in Yorksire. The book tells us about Captain Cook adventures. His first ship was called ,,Freelove". He learned navigation on this ship. Soon Cook joined Royal Navy and in less than 2 month he was rated as Master's Mate. Now he was on ship what was called ,,Eagle". Soon ,,Eagle" met French merchant ship and there was a battle. French ship was defeated. Now Cook was promoted to the rank of Master. When peaceful period arrived, Cook had chance to work at his favourite task. The study what is called marine survyeing. Cook traveled around the world and made charts. He was recognized as the best man at making charts. And he had many other rewards. On one voyage, Cook saild nearer to the South Pole thane anyone else in the world. Soon he had to return back, because he couldn't b...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Ajad, reeglid

Kasutus: Ago, yesterday, last. ?/- Did Tegevus: 1. Toimus minevikus ja on lõppenud. ,,I met him yesterday" 2. Used To, mineviku harjumused. ,,I used to play tennis." Past Continius (kestev minevik) was/were + ing Kasutus: When, while, as Tegevus: 1. ajutised sündmused. 2. 2 või enam tegevust ,,While i was reading, he was garding." 3. minevikus katkestatud tegevus ,,I was having a shower, when the phone rang." 4. konktreetne kellaaeg minevikus ,, I was watching TV yesterday at 5!" Present Perfect (täisminevik,olevikuaeg) have/has + III pv. Kasutus: Never, ever, already, yet, before, since, for. Tegevus: 1. tegevused alg. Minevik -> now ,,I have been a teacher for 5 years." 2. mineviku situatsiooni resultaat olevikus ,,I h...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Estonian national holidays

Modern customs of the holiday include gift-giving, Church celebrations, and the display of various decorations--including the Christmas tree, lights, mistletoe, nativity scenes, and holly. In many countries there are many different types of decorations used depending on the traditions and available resources. However , in Estonia people bring Christmas tree in and decorate it with straw ,glass balls and candles. Estonians eat sauerkraut and black pudding. On the 24th December people leave work early, families gather, Santa Clouse comes , everybody gives gifts. People are very calm at Christmas time and they support each other . New Year's Eve New Year's Eve is on December 31, the final day of the Gregorian year, and the day before New Year's Day. New Year' s Eve is celebrated all around world because it's final day of the Gregorian year. New Year's Eve is usually celebrated with families or with friends. Few hours before and after midnight, people usually party and eat a nicer dinner, often three courses. New Year's Eve is celebrated with large fireworks displays throughout the country, especially in the cities. People over 18 are allowed to buy fireworks, which are sold by local stores or by private persons. While watching or lighting up fireworks at midnight, people usually drink champagne. This day is also the occasion to make bonfires of discarded Christmas trees in some countries. Before new year people gives promises for coming year. Independence Day An Independence Day is an annual celebration commemo...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Hip-hop

Hip hop music is part of hip hop culture, which began in the Bronx, in New York City in the 1970s, predominantly among African Americans and Latino Americans.[1][2] The term rap is often used synonymously with hip hop music. Rapping, also referred to as MCing or emceeing, is a vocal style in which the performer speaks rhythmically and in rhyme, generally to a beat, recently, however, a difference has developed between "rapping" and "MCing". "MCing" has been used to describe those artists who possess and exercise superior lyrical ability and prowess. Beats are traditionally generated from portions of other songs by a DJ, or sampled from portions of other songs by a producer, though synthesizers, drum machines, and live bands are also used, especially in newer music. Rappers may perform poetry which they have written ahead of time, or improvise rhymes on the spot with or without a beat. Though rap is usually an integral component of hip hop music, DJs sometimes perform and record alone, and many instrumental acts are also defined as hip hop. Hip hop arose in New York City when DJs began isolating the percussion break from funk, or rock songs for audiences to dance to. The role of the MC was originally to introduce the DJ and the music, and to keep the audience excited. The MC would speak between songs, giving exhortations to dance, greetings to audience members, jokes and anecdotes. Eventually, this practice became more stylized, and came to be known as rapping. By 1979, hip hop had become a commercially recorded music genre, and...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Master of the Moor

She has been writing some books under the pseudonym Barbara Vine. She lives in London and is known English crime writer. Known for her psycological thrillers and murder mysteries. Has worked as a journalist for Essex newspapers. Novel ,,Master of the Moor" was Publisher 1982. She has been rewarded with Silver, Gold and Cartier Diamond Daggers awards from Crime Writers' Assosiation and many other awards. Setting The action takes place in the city of Vangmoor. Lots of action goes around the Moor. Time of the story unknown. Characters Stephen Whalby ­ ''Voice of Vangmoor", Loves walks on the Moor. Suspected of killing girls because he knows Moor very well. Not very into the marriage. Lyn Whalby ­ Stephens wife. Leaves Stephen because of Nick. Dadda Whalby ­ Stephens father. Owns a shop and loves antiques. Peter Naulls ­ Stephens old friend and...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Money is not the Most Important Thing in Life

Money is Not the Most Important Thing in Life One of the main idea of today's busy and hectic lifestyle is to get more and more money and posessions, achieve higher goals, while the important aspects in life are often forgotten or less valued. However, the saying that you cannot buy everything, is not just a nugatory phrase. There are things in life which are a lot more precious than money could ever buy. Perhaps the modern world enables the material thinking. The constant commercials, for instance, in bus stations, saying "the one who has more things when he/she dies is the winner", are good ways to brainwash people. That is why crowds rush to supermarkets and malls, when some ''shopping rally'' is announced ­ to buy. By doing that, people start neglecting the valuable immaterial substance. From the point of view of the individual, money is vital for survival. Western society is structured in such a way that, w...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Essee GYM

This means that they not only go to gym, put they don't do any physical activities at all. Some of them don't have time and the others just don't want to. But what are advantages and disadvantages of going to gym? Although going to gym may be tiring, there are certain advantages to be gained. Firstly because physical activities you will loose fatness and get fit, the risk of being overweight is reduced. Secondly, your immunity will be stronger, so the risk of sickening is smaller. On the other hand, during physical activities you may hurt yourself, for example your muscles may rip or you may break a bone or twist your leg. Moreover, you don't have so much free time if you do physical activities regularly, it may take hour or even more in one day, if you want it to have an effect. Although there are some disad...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Drugs and how they affect your health.

You've probably heard that drugs are bad for you, but what does that mean and why are they bad? Medicines Are Legal Drugs If you've ever been sick and had to take medicine, you already know about one kind of drugs. Medicines are legal drugs, meaning doctors are allowed to prescribe them for patients, stores can sell them, and people are allowed to buy them. But it's not legal, or safe, for people to use these medicines any way they want. Cigarettes and Alcohol Cigarettes and alcohol are two other kinds of legal drugs. (In Estonia, adults 18 can buy cigarettes and alcohol.) But smoking and excessive drinking are not healthy for adults and off limits for kids. Nicotine is the drug in tobacco leaves. Whether someone smokes, chews, or sniffs tobacco, he or she is delivering nicotine to the brain. Each cigarette contains about 10 milligrams of nicotine. Nicotine is what keeps people smoking despite its harmful effects. Because the smoker inhales only some of the smoke from a cigarette and not all of each puff is absorbed in the lungs, a smoker gets about 1 to 2 milligrams of the drug from each cigarette. A drop of pure nicotine would kill a person-in fact, nicotine can be used as a pesticide on crops. You might hear cigarettes referred to as smokes, cigs, or butts. Smokeless tobacco is often called chew, dip, spit tobacco, or snuff. How Many Teens Use It? More than 3 and one-half million teens between the ages of 12 and 17 use tobacco-...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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