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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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On friendship

he has ceased to care for him; and, when that happens, he should reproach himself for this mortal poverty of affection, not the friend for having proved unworthy. For it is inhuman presumption to say of any man that he is unworthy of your friendship, just as it is to say of any woman, when you have fallen out of love with her, that she is unworthy of your love. In friendship and in love we are always humble, because we see that a free gift has been given to...

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The effects of mobile phones on our lives

The effects of mobile phones on our lives Can you imagine our comfortable life without mobile phones? Wherever we go, we can see someone talking with their mobile phone. Mobile phones have become an indispensable part of our everyday life. Yet, have the changes they brought about really been for the better? To begin with, the benefits of mobile phones cannot be denied. On the one hand mobile phones are extremely useful communication tool. Mobile phones can help us wherever we need it. For example in an emergency, we may need help and mobile phone is a quick way to call for help. In addition mobile phones can be used for several tasks. For instance, if we want something to be captured we can use our mobile phones. They are equipped with a camera in consequence we can take pictures and videos and later watch them on our computer. As a result mobile phones are a way of entertainment. On the other hand mobile ph...

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Inglise kirjanikud

He was born in London. He wrote several theological works and a biography (1885) of Francis Bacon, but he is best known for his Shakespearian Grammar (1870) and religious allegory the Flatland. William Blake · William Blake (1757­1827) was an English poet, philosopher and artist.He was one of the most extraordinary personalities to emerge during the period of Romanticism. He believed that spiritual reality lies hidden behind the visible world of the senses and he attempted to create a symbolic language to represent his spiritual visions. He began printing his own illustrated poems in colour in 1787. The first example was Songs of innocence(1789). Towards the end of his life, he joined a circle of younger artists who appreciated his remarkable pow...

Inglise kirjandus - Keskkool
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English Grammar - The most common tenses in English

English Grammar - The most common tenses in English Signal Example Tense Use Form words s something happens repeatedly how often something happens every one action day follows sometim another es I work always infinitive Present things in hesheit he works often Simple general + s I go usually he goes seldom after the never following first ... verbs (to then love, to hate, to think, etc.) future meaning: timetables, programmes something is happening at the same time of speaking or...

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Past tenses

E.g. She stood up, went up to her and grabbed her wrists. Completed actions or events, which happened at a stated past time. E.g. I went to the cinema last night. Past habits or states. E.g. my grandfather always wore a hat. Complete actions not connected to the present with a stated or implied time reference. E.g. Beethoven created wonderful classical pieces. Time expressions used with Past Simple: yesterday, last week/month etc, ago, then, just, now, when, in 1991, etc Past continuous is used for: Actions in the middle of happening at a stated past time. E.g. She was flying to Paris this time last Monday. A past action in progress interrupted by another past action. The longer action is in the Past Continuous, the shorter action is in the past Simple. E.g. I...

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A film review

It is based on the relations between violent leader Anders, his sacrifice Joosep, a new student Kaspar, his popular girl-friend Thea and other classmates. The film talks about the violence in schools what is a very actual theme in Estonia. There comes a new student Kaspar to a city school and quickly becomes popular because he is communicative and talented. He also gets a popular girl-friend, but it all doesn't like to the class leader Anders. There is also a whipping boy Joosep. Kaspar is going to protect him what changes a new classmate to a foeman of Anders. Developing the film uncovers schools violence, relations with parents, pedagogues apathy, punishment and retribution. For me, the film was really galvanic and thought-provoking. In real Estonia it is not that cruel as it is in film, but it may be possible in somewhere American schools. I think the film is too uncharitable and is not educative for everybody. It is possible that some teenagers follow that lead. ,,Class" is a documentary drama with an obvious message - "Violence gives birth to violence" as one t...

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Nokia Report

I will talk about Nokia's location today and the range of its business and products. Thirdly I will talk about Nokia's basic business tactics. I will give a brief description of its strategy and vision concerning the future. That will be followed by a description of Nokia's basic products. In conclusion I will be giving my own opinion about Nokia and review the main points of the report. HISTORY The firm Nokia we know today has greatly changed comparing to the time it first started under the name of Nokia. Nokia was established in 1865 as a pulp mill by Knut Fredrik Idestam in the town of Tampere, in south-western Finland. In the beginning of 20th Finnish Rubber Works acquired Nokia Wood Mills and Finnish Cable Works and all these three companies were merged into the Nokia Corporation. This corporation involved in many sectors, producing at one time or another paper products, bicycle and car tires, footwear, personal computers, communications cables, televisions, aluminium, etc. The seeds of the current incarnation of Nokia were planted with the founding of the electronics section in the 1960s. In the 1970s, Nokia became more involved in the telecommunications industry. In 1981 Nokia invented the Nordic Mobile Telephony (NMT), which was the world's very first multinational cellular network. Soon after that Nokia started developing Global System for Mobile Communication (GSM) phones and became very successful at that time. As the years went Nokia became the largest manufacturer of mobile telephones and made its way to what it is today. PRESENT-DAY STATE Today Nokia is a well known corporation. In fact Nokia is currently the world's largest manufacturer of mobile telephones and has the number one production in digital ...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Harry Potter ja segavereline prints - kokkuvõte

raamat, mis avaldati 2005. aastal. J. K. Rowling kirjeldab Harry Potteri seiklusi kuuendal kooliaastal võrratute üksikasjade ja huumoriga, tegevus on tempokas ja hoogne, sundides lugejat hingetult selle keerdkäike jälgima. SisuHarry Potter peab jällekord veetma suvevaheaja Dursleyde juures. Tal on aga küllalt mõtlemisainet -- armastatud ristiisa Sirius Blacki surm, hirmutav surmasööjate eest põgenemine võlukunstiministeeriumis ning pingeline professor Dumbledore'i ja Lord Voldemorti kahevõitlus, mille tunnistajaks ta oli. Nüüd ootab ta oma magamistoas Dursleyde majas närviliselt koolidirektori külaskäiku. Harry ei oska aimata, miks tahab Dumbledore nüüd talle külla tulla. Mis on see küsimus, millega ei anna oodata õppeaasta alguseni? Ta ei ole ka päris kindel, kuidas Dursleyd reageerivad koolidirektori äkilisele ilmumisele nende koju...* Uueks võlukunsti ministriks on endine Aurori...

Kirjandus - Keskkool
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Exposing the Human Condition in Antigone

A hero can also mean courage in the face of death. Others may view this type of hero as stupid, or a martyr. Every hero has faults and these faults along with heroic deeds make the man or woman; a hero, heroine. "Antigone" would be considered a hero in the sense of being a martyr. Because of her love for her family Antigone wanted to give her brother a proper burial, and even though he did evil deeds, she respected him. She believed that all of the dead were in a state of equality. When faced with the decision to obey the King or obey her heart, she says on page 23, in lines 86-90: "I will bury him myself.If I die for doing that, good:I will stay with him, brother;and my crime will be devotion." This decision, to bury her brother, was very heroic in that even though she knew death was at stake, she knew where her loyalties lied. On page 39, lines 560-575, Antigone stands up to her uncle and tells him to his face that he has disobeyed the Gods decrees. In line 562, 563, and 564 she say...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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The Count of Monte Cristo

The Count of Monte Cristo The Count of Monte Cristo is an interesting tale about a sailor named Dantes who changes his whole persona in order to get back at his enemies. Dantes becomes a number of different people in order to carry out his plans. The changes Dantes went through made his different stages as a sailor and later as a mastermind of vengeance seem like day and night. Although Dantes seems very naïve at the beginning of the story, he becomes very sharp during his stay in jail. By the amount of detail and preciseness in his plans, Dantes as the Count can be looked as a mastermind. Much of Dantes' knowledge comes from the old, thought to be crazy, priest named Faria that taught him in prison. Faria was also responsible for much of Dantes character change due to his great power of reasoning. Because Faria had given him a treasure and a hunger for vengeance, Dantes was willing and had enough money and power to carry out revenge o...

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Carl Lewis

He was born on 1st July 1961 in Birmingham, Alabama, the same country of Jesse Owens for the will of doom: in fact his parents lived there fleetingly owing to their job. Third of five sons, he spent his childhood in Willingboro together with his younger sister Carol, Bill, his dad and Evelyn, his mother. Since his first years of life he could breath the soft and clean air of sport: his father used to train athletes at university and his mother was 6th at 80 m hurdles in the Pan-American games of 1951.He saw the Olympic games of 1968 on TV and could admire Bob Beamon: he was so impressed that after the jump of 8,90 m he went out with a friend to take the length of a limousine in order to realize how far Bob flied! But for the moment Carl was really thin, so thin that the doctor suggested to make him do sports. His education, beyond studies, embraced a lot of fields. He learnt to play musical instruments, to dance, to sing and applied himself to a large variety of sports: football, soccer (he played with his brother Cleveland as a forward!), diving and, obviously, athletics. As he himself tells, he wasn't good at sport. A lot of boys did better at the same age and he was regularly beaten by his sister Carol in the track his parents const...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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The most interesting historical events in Estonia

The Most Interesting Historical Events in Estonia Liana Põldver · The nationwide Song Festival tradition began with the first Song Festival in Tartu, June 18 20, 1869. · 1860 marks the beginning of the period of the National Awakening. A singing society led by Johann Voldemar Jannsen started and carried through the nationwide idea of Song Festival. · During 1879 1910 six Song Festivals were held that played an important part in the nation's cultural and economical awakening and growth. In the independent Estonian Republic the Song Festivals were held in every five years (1923 1938). After World War II, the Song Festival tradition began again in 1947. Since 1950 General Song Festivals were held in every five years again. 1969 was an exception though when 100th anniversary of the Song Festival was celebrated. · The foreign authorities have tried to use the...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Letter Of Complaint

I went on the Carribbean cruise and I was completely dissatisfied. Firstly, your advertisement promises large deluxe cabins but they were actually quite small. I did not have room to move around in the cabin. Also the cabin was really dirty. It seemed like it had not been cleaned for a long time. I felt very uncomfortable staying there. What is more, I had to share my bathroom with other guests, which was really unpleasant and annoying. It surprised me because your advertisement said that you have private bathrooms. Furthermore, the food in the restaurant was horrible. It was cold and tasted awfully. I had to wait for two hours for the waitress to bring me my meal. It was really unpleasant and unlike the "5 star restaurant" you advertised. I am very disappointed indeed. I would like a...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Superstar 1 tests

I've never seen one like it before. 5 I get very ________________________ before an exam and when I go to the dentist. 6 It's a great jacket and quite ________________________ considering its quality. 7 He's always having fights with people. He's very ________________________. 8 It's a nice idea but I think it's completely ________________________. It will never work. 9 Their latest CD was ________________________. Not many people bought it. 10 He is so ________________________ that people fall asleep while he is talking. Marks: 10 5 Match the words in list A with the correct definitions in list B. A B 1 intelligent a in a hurry to do things 2 stubborn b giving things to other people 3 shy c believing in yourself 4 popular d being very clever 5 pessimistic e not very good at talking to other people 6 friendly f wanting to know the answer to things 7 impatient g easy to talk to and nice 8 generous h not changing your mind easily 9 curious i thinking things are bad or are getting worse 10 confident j a lot of people like you and you have a lot of friends Marks: 10 Total marks: 50 Mac...

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Bullying

When bullying goes out of the limit, it might end with a terrible gunfire(Colombian massacre). I believe everyone have been bullied by someone and have been a bully for a once. Bullying is an issue that is very important in nowadays and needs a special attention. Some of the ways to bully other people are by: calling you names, making things up to get you into trouble, hitting, pinching, biting and pushing, taking things away from you, damaging your belongings, stealing your money, taking your friends away from you. Now, to talk about why people bully someone there are many aspects. Some bullies do it to get attention or to make other people afraid of them. Others might be jealous of the person they are bullying. It makes bully feel, stronger, smarter, or better than the person he or she is bullying. Some people think that it's one of the best ways to keep others from bullying himself. What is even worse, some bullies may not even understand how wrong their behaviour is and how it makes the person being bullied feel. Some young people are bullied for no particular reason, but sometimes it's because they are different in some way. It could be the colour of their skin, their financial condition, the clothes they wear or even...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Canada

Introduction 2. Geographical position 3. Mountains, lowlands 4. Rivers, lakes 5. The territories and provinces 6. Towns, economy, agriculture 7. Climate 8. Animals, plantlife 9. Population 10. Sports 11. Culture 12. History 13. Political system, symbols 14. Conclusion 15. Materials 1. 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, bordered by three oceans, and across the country, Canadians experience many different landscapes from rolling plains and mountains to the cold tundra of the north. Despite Canada's great size, it is one of the world's most sparsely populated countries. This fact, coupled with the grandeur of the landscape, has been central to the sense of Canadian national identity. 2. Geographical position Canada is the second largest country in the world after Russia. In the Arctic,...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Health

They are used only once, so they cannot spread infection. Scientists have also discovered all kinds of important drugs, such as antibiotics, and certain diseases, including tuberculosis and smallpox, have been almost wiped out. Antibiotics are substances, produced by living things, that are poisonous to harmful bacteria, but no the patient. The most important antibiotic is penicillin. Doctors can now also transplant organs such as the heart and the kidneys. 3. The National Health Service The National Health Service was established in Britain after World War II. The government funds it. All taxpayers contribute to its support through insurance payment. NHS made it possible that the benefits once available only for insured persons, or those who could afford it or as a form of charity, became available to everyone. The patient is free to choose his doctor, and change to another if he wishes to do so. The doctor may accept private patients while taking part in the service. About 97% of the whole population of Great Britain is using the service. Only persons whose names are on the medial register can parties as doctors in the NHS. The minimum qualification for registration requires, for a doctor 5 to 7 years' training in the medical school and hospital, for a dentist 4 years at a dental school. 4. Diseases Today many diseases are well known and can be cured. Such diseases are flu, pneumonia, bronchitis, quinsy, measles and many others . But besides falling ill with one of those diseases, you may hurt yourself in many other ways. You may sprain your ankle, break your leg, cut your finger of graze your knee. You may also have a nosebleed or a heart attack Quite a number of diseases are infectious. We can get these diseases from people already ill with the disease or infected food or animals. Most common infectious di...

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London - the capital of Great Britain

Before the great fire in 1666 there were many wooden houses and narrow crooked streets in the town but after the fire it became a well-planned city with wide streets, beautiful squares and parks. It started on the second of September, from a bakery shop in Pudding lane and lasted for about 5 days. It destroyed 89 percent of the city . The fire spread very quickly, because the houses were side by side. After the fire of 1666, the face of London changed forever. London is famous for its large parks. The most famous parks are Bushy Park, Green Park, Greenwich Park, Regents park, Richmond Park, St James's park and Hyde park. Hyde Park is the best known because it's the largest and finest park in London. Its territory is 140 hectares. It is famous for its public speakers who stand on a box, a table or just a chair and talk to little crowds about all sorts of political, social and other ideas. The Greenwich Park is also special, because it is surrounding the national sea museum. The Regents Park is known, because there is the London zoo. The London zoo, opened in 1828 as a scientific zoo, is the oldest one in the whole world. In 1848, it was opened for people. The London zoo covers 36 acres and there are about 5000 animals in the zoo. The zoo is open every day except Christmas Day. The ticket costs 14 pounds for and adult and 10.75 pounds for a child. St. James's park is famous for its water birds, for example ducks and pelicans. Buckingham palace is near St James's park. The building of the Buckingham palace started in 1703. It was built for the Duke of Buckingham. The house was later bought by King George III for himself and Queen Charlotte. In 1820, King George IV commissioned John Nash to build a State Palace, much of the structure and decoration of which is seen today. Queen Victoria was the first monarch to l...

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Short overview of London

Located in the southeast of England, on the River Thames, it is the capital of the United Kingdom and has been the heart of its political, cultural and business life for centuries. London has always been the centre of the world. The origin of the city may be dated around the beginning of the 1st century when a Celtic tribe settled near the Thames. The Romans founded London about 50 AD. Its name is derived from the Celtic word Londinios, which means `the place of the bold one'. The Romans brought with them forts, roads and the rule of law. Then in 61 AD Queen Boudicca led a rebellion against the Romans. Her army marched on London. No attempt was made to defend London. Boudicca burned London but after her rebellion was crushed it was rebuilt. By the end of the 2nd century, a 6metre stone wall was...

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Oliver twist - kokkuvõte

She delivered a sickly child who had trouble breathing. The woman, without a word of who she was, died and left her new born boy, Oliver, to the drunken nurse that stood by. Chapter2: The State gave Oliver to Mrs. Mann who housed a number of orphaned children. Mrs. Mann took a large portion of the money given to her by the authorities for each child's food so Oliver grew up small and malnourished. On his ninth birthday, the town beadle, Mr. Bumble, came to collect Oliver and take him to the board for an interview. They told him he was to live with other wards of the state to become educated and learn a trade. Oliver did not mind this, but soon after he arrived, the state decided to implement a plan that would save money by feeding the people very little. After a time on this diet, the boys at the table chose Oliver to go ask the head cook for more gruel. Oliver did this, and was taken away. A flyer was then posted that said the state would give five pounds for someone to take young Oliver off their hands. Chapter3: The board locked up Oliver in what he called the `dark room' all day until someone would take him as an apprentice. After several days of solitary confinement, several beatings, and being made an example of at mealtime, Oliver thought he would do just about anything to leave the workhouse. However, when a chimneysweep, Mr. Gamfield, came to get the money offered and Oliver the boy quickly changed his mind. The board assessing Mr. Gamfield said that the State would only pay three...

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