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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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Reporti kirjutamine

This means that the writer knows more about the subject than the reader. You may be asked to give information, evaluate something, or make suggestions and recommendations. MAKE YOUR REPORT CLEAR AND SIMPLE. What style should I use? A report is based on facts and/ or data. Think carefully about the best way to present the facts. Be clear and avoid unnecessary detail. Give essential information and recommendations. A report is a formal piece of writing and it is impersonal (avoid using the pronoun " I "). Say what you have to say in as few words as possible. How should I structure a report? Every report, like an essay, should have the following parts: A. INTRODUCTION- state what you are going to write about. If the report is based on a survey, state when and by whom the survey...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Ettevalmistamata monoloog

INTRODUCTION: · Presentation of the topic (Think about the topic, what have other people said about it?) · Presentation of the theme (What is the message you want to convey?) · Preview of the body (In my presentation today I`m going to explain...;The topic of this presentation...) · Transition (Use linking devices,think of coheison..) 2.THE BODY: · Point one (Firstly, I`d like to..; My first point is...; To start with, I`d...; The first option is...;) · Point two (Secondly we can...; Another aspect is...; My next point is...; On the other hand...;) · Point three (Thirdly..; Let me move on to...; The third point is about...;) · Transition (Move to conclusion. Dont forget linking devices and coheison) 3.CONCLUSION: · Review and summary (Give an account of points...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Psühholoogia areng Eestis

Allik 2002 Psühholoogia Eestis Kokkuvõte Algus (1632-1918). Psühholoogia algus Eestis seondub Academia Gustaviana (1632- 1656) ja Gustavo-Carolina'ga (1690-1710), kus filosoofiliste disputatsioonide temaatikas esineb ajastule iseloomulikke psühholoogia probleeme nagu hinge olemus ja tüübid, tajuvõimed, ideede päritolu ning rahvuslik iseloom. · Püsivalt juurdus psühholoogia akadeemilises õppekavas peale TÜ taasavamist 1802. a., kui I. Kanti õpilane Gottlob Benjamin Jäsche hakkas lugema empiirilise psühholoogia kursust. Alates sellest on psühholoogia. õpetamine Eestis jätkunud ilma suuremate vaheaegadeta. · 19. saj. väärib psühholoogia kursust lugenute seas nimetamist Ludwig Strümpell, kelle unenägude teooria mõjutas oluliselt Sigmund Freudi, ja samuti Gusta...

Psühholoogia - Eesti Ettevõtluskõrgkool Mainor
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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 is the world's third-largest country by size and by population. The population density is about 27 people per square kilometre. Most of the people live in towns. There are 50 states in America. The biggest of the state is Texas, 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 U.S. that lie in the north-east. The first colony of immigrants settled down in Virginia, in the eastern part of the U.S.A. The...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Estonia

Estonia is borderd by the Baltic Sea and Gulf of Finland, it's between Latvia and Russia. Its geographic coordinates are 59 North 26 Eeast. Estonias capital is Tallin, it is situated in the North of Estonia. Estonias mainland terrain is flat, boggy, and partly wooded, offshore lie more than 1,500 islands. From the north flat and from the east is Estonia hilly. It's highest peak is Suur Munamägi(318 m). Sometimes flooding occurs in the spring in Estonia. It's biggest lakes are Lake Peipsi and Lake Võrtsjärv. It's biggest islands are Saaremaa and Hiiumaa. In Estonia there is 26.5% arable land, 0.35% permanent crops and 73.15% other land. Natural resources in Estonai are oil shale, peat, phosphorite, clay, limestone, sand, dolomite, arable land, sea mud. The population of Estonia is about 1,341,000 people. Estonia, as a new member of the World T...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Carolina Kluft Biography

Carolina Kluft Biography Name :Carolina Kluft Birth Date : 2nd Feb, 1983 Birth Place : Sandhult, Sweden Birth Name : Carolina Evelyn Klüft Weight : 65 kg Height : 1m78 cm Nationality : Sweden Sport : Track & Field Event : Heptathlon Carolina Evelyn Klüft born on February 2, 1983 in Borås, is a Swedish athlete competing in heptathlon. Kluft's mother was a long jumper and her dad a footballer so it's no wonder their daughter headed for sporting greatness. Full Carolina Kluft Biography Carolina Evelyn Klüft is a Swedish athlete competing in heptathlon, long jump and pentathlon. She is the current Olympic, World (three-time) and European (twice) heptathlon champion and is regarded as one of the best female athletes in the world. She is also the European record holder for heptathlon with a personal best of 7,032 points. This score ranks her second on the all-time heptathlon...

Inglise keel - Kutsekool
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Links between Estonia and English speaking countries

The British Council has also noted that English is the main language of newspapers, airports and air-traffic control, international business and academic conferences, science, technology, diplomacy and sport. Perhaps even more important contributor to the dominant role of the English language in the world is that over two-thirds of the world's scientists are able to read in English. Three quarters of the world's mail is written in English and eighty per cent of the world's electronic information is stored in English. The biggest countries where English is spoken as the first language are: Great Britain, Canada, United States of America and Australia. Estonian on in comparison to English is a language that is spoken only by approximately 1 million people. On the other hand English in comparison to Estonian is a very young language. According to Wikipeia online dictionary, English is an Anglo-Frisian language brought to south-eastern Great Britain in the 5th century AD by Germanic settlers from various parts of northwest Germany (Saxons, Angles). Estonian in comparison is a language that has been spoken in the area of present day Estonia for more than 4000 years, Meri (1976). 4 First links Although written evidence of regular links between Estonia and England date back only into the beginning of the 20 th century, it is clear that there have been links also earlier. These contacts might be very old. During Hanseatic times the trade on the Baltic Sea was quite active. The links might be even older. Historians have claimed that already during the second Punic war in 218 BC a northern nation called Esths controlled the north south trade of furs. It is most...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Ghost Story

One night, when they went to bed they heard music coming from the attic, but when they got to the attic, there was nothing but the wind howling. They did not pay much attention to it because they thought it was just wind. A few weeks later, when they arrived home around 1 pm and found their dog, who almost never barked, barking and acting very strange. He was barking at their garage. The family at first thought it was a cat or some other small animal; the father turned his attention to the garage. The whole family then went to see what was going on, when they opened the old squeaking garage door; they saw an old lady who was sitting in a chair rocking back and forth very slowly. The father went to the car and directed the cars headlights towards the lady, they saw nothing, when he turned the lights out again, and the lady appeared. He did it again, same thing happened. The fam...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Staying in touch

The most common way of corresponding with friends was sending a telegram or letter. Nowadays there are many new possibilities for communicating with others : internet, cellular phones etc. Over the last fifty years, businesses have increasingly dependent on the use of telecommunications. I think using mobile phones are the easiest and most comfortable way of corresponding with each other, because cellulars are so small and you can fit them anywhere you want and carry them with you. They are also affordable for anyone. Nowadays almost all people have and use cellular phones, because you can talk to your friends everywhere where there is network connection. The other easy way to communicate is using internet, which was developed in 1968. Hundreds of millions of people are using internet all over the world. Using internet is very easy and most people learn to use it very quickly. It is much cheaper and faster way to chat with your friends or relatives than sending letters, because you do not have to buy stamps or envelopes. In the internet there are many programs where you can talk to...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Blandings Castle

"M'lord?" "I've been swindled. This dashed thing doesn't work." "Your lordship cannot see clearly?" "I can't see at all, dash it. It's all black." The butler was an observant man. "Perhaps if I were to remove the cap at the extremity of the instrument, m'lord, more satisfactory results might be obtained." "Eh? Cap? Is there a cap? So there is. Take it off, Beach." "Very good, m'lord." "Ah!" 2) "It's Aggie. My wife, you know." "Well?" "She's left me." "Left you!" "Absolutely flat." 3) "Why did you let him go? You must have known I would want to see him." "What good would that have done?" "I could at least have assured him of my sympathy," said Lady Constance stiffly. "Yes, I suppose you could," said Lord Emsworth, having considered...

Inglise kirjandus - Keskkool
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Blandings Castle kokkuvõte

The layers pile up thickly in the longer works, with a character getting into multiple dangerous situations by mid- story. An outstanding example of this is Code of the Woosters where most of the chapters have an essential plot point reversed in the last sentence, catapulting the characters forward into greater diplomatic disasters. Stories 6 short stories: each takes place in Blandings Castle and Lord Emsworth is the protagonist in most of those. He's an old man who lives by the old nobility manners. He has his own view on everything. Also, he is a bit absentminded and that irritates mostly everyone he speaks to. His son, Freddie, also appears a lot in the text. Freddie is a go-getter and is not afraid of almost anything barring old Lord Emsworth himself. Lord Emsworth tries to get him to leave Blandings Castle whenever possible. Another one of the main characters is the gardener Angus McAllister. He is a grumpy Scot, who cares very much about his gardens. He is very moody and at one point has Lord Emsworth under his paw. 1) The custody of the pumpkin: Main theme in there is the Pumpkin contest, which Lord Emsworth very much wants to win. Also, Freddie, who usually is not in the castle, is there and is flirting with McAllister's niece from America, without Lord Emsworth knowing it. Lord Emsworth would probably not allow that kind of relationship because due to his beliefs he wants Freddie to marry someone from his own class. At one point Lord Emsworth finds out about it and tells McAllister something like "Either the girl goes or You go," to which McAllister replies with his resignation. Some time goes by and after a while Lord Emsworth discovers that his biggest pumpkin is not looking so well. He tries all...

Inglise kirjandus - Keskkool
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Autism

Autism manifests itself at a very early age, "before the age of three years". Causes of Autism Genetical diseases Other reasons - Fragile X Syndrome - Birthtraumas - Phenylketonuria - Diseases - Tuberous Sclerosis - Unknown reasons - Down's Syndrome - Rett's Syndrome Frequency China: ~ 1.8 million cases Japan: 55.8 per 10,000 (1991) USA: ~ 500 000 cases United Kingdom: 1 case in 110 children Symptoms Difficulty interacting with other people · Poor use of body language · Not responding to verbal cues · Lack of or abnormal social play · Dysfunction ¾ of cases are mentally disabled Treatment Therapy is used to treat audists. Goals: Improving health, communication, well-being....

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Tallinn

Tallinn English College English Sergo Vainumäe 9A TALLINN Report Supervisor: Inge Välja Tallinn 2006 Order of contents: 1.Introduction 2.Toompea 3.Lower Town 4.Kadriorg and Pirita 5.Museums 1. Introduction Tallinn, the capital of Estonia, lies on the Baltic Sea. It is on almost the same latitude east St. Petersburg in Russia, Stockholm in Sweden and Stavanger in Norway, and covers 158 sq km. Tallinn was first marked on a map of the world by the Arab geographer al-Idrisi in 1154, its name then being Kolyvan (probably derived from the name Kalev). In the 13th-century Chronicle of Henricus de Lettis the town was called Lyndanise. Later came Reval (presumably after the old county of Rävala), the name used by the Germans who ruled the country for seven centuries. Russians then modified Reval to Re...

inglise teaduskeel - Põhikool
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Letter to friend

Hi Mürka It been a long time since i last wrote to you, and i have a lot to say. This holiday has been a especially exciting and fun. I`m just sad that this great holiday is going to end with this week. I had a trip to Finland, where a tried a mountain skiing and other really cool stuff. The trip lasted 1 week and we had a lots of fun in this time. Some favourite things that i did in Finland was skiing and I also liked the amusement park. During my next holiday i hope to visit Estonia, because you`ve said a lots of good things about this place. I´ll hope to meet you personally on my next holiday, but there`s couple of months scool till it. I`ll hope you`ll soon write me back and suggest me some good places to visit in Estonia. Yours Hainz ...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Travelling 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. Some countries have invested a lot of money to tourism. They try to make their country more attractive to tourists by building hotels. airports and tourist attractions. Doing this gets a lot of money to the travelling destination country. When a country wants t...

Geograafia - Keskkool
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Shopping - pleasure or obligation

Because we had to buy meat, fruits and other food products. Furthermore people need medicines clothes and stationary. But buying isn't always obligation to demand basic needs. Perhaps it cab be pleasure. Right now huge department stores and supermarkets are very poplar places. In there you can do everything, start the day with shopping and end with eating. Positive is that you can find almost everything in big shop. Very exciting places for shopping is marketplaces, flea market and street markets like Portobello Road Market in London. There you will find collectible and antique junk. If you find something interesting you can bargain about the price. Then you feel what is pleasure of shopping. Shopping is very annoying if you have to go to the shop when you don't want to go. Like with mother or girlfriend. They always have to try all clothes and shoes when they go to the shop or boutique. You simply wait and wait. Finally they decide to buy nothing and go to the another shop.(T...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Elu 2050 aastal

By the year 2050 pollution levels in cities will have decreased because scientists will have invented environmentally-friendly cars. By the year 2050 people will be living longer because scientists will have found cures for many diseases. By the year 2050 we will be going to other planets because space travel will have improved. By the year 2050 we will be doing more creative jobs because computers will be doing the most boring jobs. By the year 2050 there will be no more rainforests as we will have cutted them all down. By the year 2050 people will be living in cities under the sea because normal cities become too crowded. By the year 2050 there will be more poor people as there will be fewer jobs. By the year 2050 crime will have increased as there wi...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Capital punishment should be abolished

Capital punishment has been abolished in Estonia since the year 1998, but the last man was executed in 1991. One of the reasons for not abolishing capital punishment are that a life long sentence is not as effective as execution, and that the death penalty affirms the right to life by punishing those who violate it in the most serious form. For example: death penalty should exist for serial killers. Another reason is that the criminals who would have been executed are now the country's responsibility and they use taxpayers' money. On the other hand, capital punishment is very inhumane. After the execution new evidence may appear and the criminal might turn out to be innocent but there is nothing to do because we can not bring back the dead. Another reason for abolishin...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Education

Since I don't have an educational theory neatly worked-out, nor an outline of my perceptions, my intent is to address each educational ingredient that comes to my mind. After I've said what I think about each topic, readers may have a fair comprehension of my philosophy. First comes sensitivity. If a person be insensitive, be it from numbing cold, exhaustion, drugs, genetic makeup, or upbringing, then the process of education is bogged down, and results come only after great efforts. Sensitivity in my integrated meaning is broad, covering literally the senses, so that deaf and blind people are less sensitive, as well as people whose senses work perfectly, but whose receptivity or thought processes are blunted for whatever reason. A person can be insensitive in one way, such as blind, and extraordinarily sensitive in another way, such as in hearing. It is also possible to be so ultra-sensitive that the result is disadvantageous. I expect no argument in asserting that a normal sensitivity is a healthy, indispensable ingredient for optimal education. Sensitivity can be heightened or blunted by education. It is intertwined with curiosity. An ideal education affords numerous and varied opportunities for students to touch, see, smell, listen, hear; to spark their curiosity. When I was a child the things that pleased me were largely other than the plants which have earned me a living as an adult. For example, I collected postage stamps, played basketball, was fond of listening to music, played all manner of games, but dealt only in a neutral, uninspired fashion with plants. The one thing that was constant and of supreme importance was my love of reading. I don't recall why, but by an early age, say age 9, I was a phenomenal reader of books, a habit that per...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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The Cat Who Knew Shakespeare

Literary career began when she was two. Mother's influence . Work was first published when she was just sixteen. Was a big baseball fan. A copywriter. Detroit Free Press First novel, The Cat Who Could Read Backwards. Left Michigan to move to North Carolina (1989). Is married to actor Earl Bettinger, has two cats. In January 2007 the twenty-ninth novel was released. Takes place in Moose County in the small town of Pickax. The story begins on Monday, November Eleventh an ends on Monday, November Twenty-fifth. Jim Qwilleran ­ newspaperman; a prize- winning reporter with a nose for crime. Koko ­ a Siamese cat with extraordinary talents and a flair for mystery; loves, when Qwilleran reads to him. Yum Yum ­ a lovable Siamese adored by her two male companions. Series opens in November. Jim Qwilleran. Other matters that concern Qwill. A museum in the mansion. Jim Qwilleran as a...

Inglise kirjandus - Keskkool
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