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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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Arvutiviirused

Sisukord Sissejuhatus. 1.Esimesed arvutiviirused. 2.Interneti uss. 3.Good Times. 4.Viiruste klassifitseerimine neid iseloomustava "käitumise" järgi. 4.1. Spawning tüüpi viirus 4.2. Katalooge nakatav viirus (DIR II). 4.3. MBR- (Partitsiooni tabeli) viirus (Stoned). 4.4. Ülekirjutav viirus (Bad Brian). 4.5. Parasiitviirused. 4.6. Zaraza. 4.7. Shifting Objective. 4.8. *.BAK ja *.PAS failide viirus. 5. Viiruste klassifitseerimine nakatamiskiiruse järgi. 6. Arvutiviiruste "abi"tehnoloogiad 6.1. Stealth tehnoloogia. 6.2. Polümorfsus 6.3. Koodi pakkimine. 6.4. Ketta krüpteerimine. 6.5. "Antiviirus" viirus. Kokkuvõte. Summary. Kasutatud kirjandus. Lisa1. Kasulikke näpunäiteid viirustest hoidumiseks Käesolevas uurimustöös olen vaadelnud peaasjalikult personaalarvuti DOS keskkonna viiruseid kuna selles keskkonnas on minu arvutialased teadmised suurimad. Tegel...

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New Zealand

The capital of New Zealand is Wellington, it is the southermost national capital city in the world. It is New Zealand's sixth largest city behind the Auckland. The Flag of New zealand is a defaced blue Ensign with the union flag in the canton, and four red stars with white borders to the right. National Flag The kiwi is a national symbol of New Zealand.Kiwi is flightless bird which stands about 45cm high and weighs about 3.3 kg. Kiwi The most famous films made in New Zealand are the Lord of the Rings films. It took 18 months to make them. More than 2,000 people worked on the films, whitch were shot in 150 placec around the country. Now Lord of the Rings tours are orgenized for tourists to introduce the places from the films. Some other famous films made partly in New Zealand is The Last Samurai. New Zealand is a country for thrill seekers, there can do skydiving, whitewater rafting, climbing, kayaking, snowboarding, hiking, swimming, mountain biking, surfing, waterskiing, sailing, hang-gliding, paragliding, scuba-diving,snorkelling, and many other outdoor activities in different areas of the two islands. Thanks to the fantastic beaches, oceans, forests, and mountains all kinds of adventure activities are offered in New Zealand. New zealand is the home of bungee jumping. It comes from the South Pacific islands, where young men jumped off towers to test their courage. Kawarau Bridge became the first commercial bungee jump location in 1988. Today there are about 13 placec to go bungee jumping in New Zealand. Many place names in NEw Zealand are of Maori origin. The names often have a meaning con...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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The UK

K Different Parts The United Kingdom is a short way of saying the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland. The UK is the political name for those countries which share a parliament in London. All of them were at one time independent kingdoms with their own monarch. Now they are all part of the same kingdom and share the same monarch. The UK consists of Northern Ireland, Scotland, England and Wales. The peoples of these countries are British subjects; they hold British passports and therefore their nationality is British. The british Isles is the geographical name for all the islands off the west coast of Europe. These islands also include The Republic of Ireland, which is politically independent of the Britsh government. Many people refer to the inhabitants of the British isles as 'the English', but England is only one of the countries. The other countries are Scotla...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Briti kirjanduse portfoolio

Charles Dickens Charles John Huffam Dickens was the foremost English novelist of the Victorian era, as well as a vigorous social campaigner. Considered one of the English language's greatest writers, he was acclaimed for his rich storytelling and memorable characters, and achieved massive worldwide popularity in his lifetime. Charles Dickens was born in Landport, Portsmouth in Hampshire, the second of eight children to John Dickens n 7 February 1812. The 12-year-old Dickens began working ten hour days in a Warren's boot-blacking factory. In May 1827, Dickens began work in the office of Ellis and Blackmore as a law clerk. At the age of seventeen, he became a court stenographer and, in 1830, met his first love, Maria Beadnell. Maria's parents disapproved of the courtship and effectively ended the relationship when they sent her to school in Paris. In 1834, Dickens became a political journalist, reporting on pa...

Inglise kirjandus - Keskkool
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Home reading - Veracruz

Veracruz Spilling from the slopes of the Sierra Madre Oriental to the Hulf of Mexixo,the state of Veracruz froms a 450-mile-long crescent.Since Spanish colonial times the harbor at the city of Veracruz has been the point of entry for diverse cultures ­ either staging invasions or seeking a share in the state's abundant resources.these newcomers ­ Spaniards, Africans, Greeks, Italians and Cubans ­ blended with the indigenous people to create a mélange of traditions that are unique to Veracruz. Long before Cortes these tropical lowlands wwewe the domain of the Olmec,Mesoamerica's oldest civikization, which rose to prominence 3,000 years ago, developing religious ideas, mathematical concepts and a calendar system that would be adopted later by the Maya and Aztec. Master carvers, the Olmec disappeared mysteriously around 400 b.c.,leaving behind gigantic asalt heads believed to represent their rulers.Most a...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Inglise keele ajavormide tabel

Present Simple Lihtolevik I ajavorm Do, don't, does, doesn't A permanent state, a generally Every day, always, often, (He, she, it + -s) known fact, usual or repeated usually, sometimes, rarely, actions, timetables, sport never, on Monday, in the commentaries, other events morning. Facts....

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Teater NO99

It is the most modern theatre I think and the plays are also most startling and astonishing, compare to other theatres in Estonia. It began to operate in February 2005, so it is one of the youngest theatres in Estonia. Probably that's why it is very different from the others and its repertoire is more contemporary then classical. Their first play what "Sometimes you feel that life will end and there hasn't been any love". The theatre also organizes so called one-time "actions", in which you can't be certain if it's going to be a success of failure, because the ideas are somewhat crazy. It has two theatre halls, but their plays have been staged in the open air as well. For example one time in an old swimming pool and also in three abandoned airplane hangars. Their imagination has no boundaries. The theatre's artistic director is Tiit Ojasoo, and Ene-Liis Semper is the chief stage designer- director. The troupe consists of 10 actors, eight men and two women. The best known and also my favorites are Mirtel Pohla and Rasmus Kalju...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Born to be King

BORN TO BE KING * monarch or sovereign ainuvalitseja või monarh * sole power ainuvõim * considerably reduced power märgatavalt taandatud võim * constitutional monarchy or parliamentary democracy konstitutsiooniline monarhia või parlamentaarne demokraatia * nominally nominaalselt (nime järgi) * commander in Chief of the armed forces komandör relvastatud sõjaväes * their mother's coffin nende ema kirst * funeral procession matusetalitus * the fairytale princess come true muinasjutuprintsess sai tõeks * admired her simplicity and warmth imetlesid tema lihtsust ja soojust * to treat somebody as equals kohtlema kedagi võrdselt * her radiant smile and elegant gowns tema särav naeratus ja elegantne ametirüü * shifting bales of hay liikuvad heinapallid ? :D * 12tunnised vahetused tööl * mucking out sõnnikust puhastama? :D * to study an MA õppima humanitaarteaduse magistriks * deciding to reject his inheritance...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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August Rei

lk2 1 Elulugu............................................................................................................lk3 Eesti sotsiaaldemokraatliku mõtte algus.........................................................lk4 Eesti Vabariigi algusajad..............................................................................lk5-6 Tegevus paguluses.........................................................................................lk7 August Rei teosed...........................................................................................lk8 Tõlkinud...

Ajalugu - Põhikool
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Põhjalik referaat valkude kohta

c klass Valgud Referaat Juhendajad Sirje Miglai ja Marge Kanniste Tõstamaa 2007 2 Sisukord Sissejuhatus.................................................................................................................................4 1. Valgud.....................................................................................................................................5 1.1. Üldiseloomustus...............................................................................................................5 1.2. Valgu molekulide struktuur............................................................................................. 5 1.3. Valkude elementaarne koostis...

Bioloogia - Keskkool
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Christmas

It's a global time of peace for all who believe in the magic of it. Overworked people treasure days that bring rest and recreation and allow them to meet their families and friends. They appreciate days when they give and receive gifts - the evidence of friendship, of remembrance and love. A time when it feels good to give, when anger is forgotten, when heaven becomes a place on earth for a moment. We tend to think of Christmas as a time for children, but what if Christmas gives each of us the opportunity to be the child? To have wise men bring priceless gifts to us, to be held by an adoring mother and father, to feel that everything will be okay...forever. What if Christmas is a chance to start fresh? A clean slate. Instead of New Year resolutions, we could give the world our brand new selves. We could leave behind the mistakes, the regret and the hurtful words, all of it. Surely Christmas is a perfect time to start over, to make changes that matter and to turn our lives around. People celebrate Christmas differently from one to another. For example, my family celebrates Christmas by having a Christmas tree and decorating it. We also exchange gifts, sometimes go to church, and cook a big dinner, a really big dinner. But I must say that when we do all these things, we don't keep in mind the true meaning of Christmas - celebrating the birth of Jesus Christ. Christmas is one of the biggest celebrations for all Christians. However, it would be wrong to assume that it is only celebrated among Christians. With the world be...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Scotland

klass 2008 Etymology Scotland is from the Latin Scoti, the term applied to Gaels. The Late Latin word Scotia (land of the Gaels) was initially used to refer to Ireland. By the 11th century at the latest, Scotia was being used to refer to (Gaelic-speaking) Scotland north of the river Forth, alongside Albania or Albany, both derived from the Gaelic Alba. The use of the words Scots and Scotland to encompass all of what is now Scotland became common in the Late Middle Ages. History Repeated glaciations, which covered the entire land-mass of modern Scotland, have destroyed any traces of human habitation that may have existed before the Mesolithic period. It is believed that the first post-glacial groups of hunter-gatherers arrived in Scotland around 12,800 years ago, as the ice sheet retreated after the last glaciation. Groups of settlers began building the first known permanen...

Uurimistöö - Keskkool
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Emergency situatsions, in case of fire

However, you must already know how to use one, to be effective and timely enough for it to count. Keep yours in your kitchen, near enough to get to it quick, but not too close to the fire to reach it. Check it regurally to insure it would work properly if needed. · In the event of a larger fire, announce "FIRE!" loudly to everyone and gather all the people immediately and ask them to go out of the house via the nearest safe door or window. Do not re-enter the home! · If you are inside and don't know if there is fire on the other side of a door, test the door before you open it. To do this, kneel down to stay under the smoke levels. Reach up around half way up the door, and touch the door with the back of your hand. If there's a fire o...

Inglise keel - Kutsekool
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Presentation vocabulary

etc. The subject can be looked at under the following headings:... We can break this area down into the following fields: FirstlyFirst of allTo start with, I'd like to look at ... Let me begin withstart by ... I'd like to start by saying something about ... I'd like to begin by ... SecondlyThenNext, I'll be talking about ... Thirdly,And then we come to ... My fourth point will be about ... Finallylastlylast of all, I'll be looking at ... Firstly, ... secondly, ... thirdly, ... lastly, ... First of all ... then ... next ... after that ... finally ... To start with ... later ... to finish up ... Inviting questions If anyone has any questions, please feel free to interrupt at any time. If you have any questions, please stop me at any time, and I will be happy to answer them. If you have any questions, please feel free to interrupt. Please interrupt me if there's something which needs clarifying. Otherwise , there'll be time for discussion at the end. Discouraging questions (during the presentationtalk) I'd be glad to answer any questions at the end of my talk. At the end of my talk, there will be a question and answer session. I would appreciate it if you could keep your questions until then. I'll be happy to answer any questions you have at the end of my presentation THE MAIN POINTS TO REMEMBER The beginning Making it interesting Say hallo Visual Say who you are Quote Give purpose and main points Surprising fact Give length Story anecdote Handouts? Question Questions? Developing your talk linking ideas Moving on Let's (now) move on toturn to ... I now want to go...

Inglise keel - Tallinna Tehnikaülikool
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Writing in the Business World

For a period of time use for.) `trucks have break down' trucks have broken down (The past participle must be used in this construction.) `he hasn't replied any of our letters' he hasn't replied to any of our letters (The preposition to is required after the verb replied in this construction.) Spelling The writer made spelling mistakes in the following words: maintenance; complaints; personally Sentence Construction The secretary recognized that a phrase introduced by an expression like With reference to or Further to is not a complete sentence, and must be continued by another idea: Further to your request for two additional staff, introductory phrase comma authorisation has now been received to recruit for these posts. main idea Tasks 1 and 2 will give you practice in identifying correct sentence construction. If you did not notice any of the mistakes then your own letters and reports may also be going out with mistakes in them. Mistakes in grammar or spelling create a bad impression of your own or your company's efficiency. It is very important to revise your work thoroughly in order to identify and eradicate these mistakes. TASK 1 Sentence Construction 1 Are the following sentences complete (and therefore acceptable)? a) Because he is regularly absent. b) When he left the company. c) Sometimes Ivan behaves badly. d) Although Pedro is a competent worker. e) After the shift he went straight home. f) Before a decision is made. g) When does the shift start? h...

Inglise keel - Tallinna Tehnikaülikool
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Connecting Ideas Logically and Effectively

If this stage of the production process is done properly all you really need are the language control techniques to connect your ideas logically and effectively. If you have a well documented list of techniques to connect your ideas effectively the writing process is less formidable. You will want to know how to join similarities, compare and contrast certain facts, introduce the next topic, offer a supporting idea, or refer to previously presented facts. You will also need to know how to present different shades of argument to produce logically a recommendation you wish to make. This requires an ability to emphasise certain facts and 'bury' others. However, all facts need to be linked to give a logical flow. This unit will give you language practice in this important aspect of producing written documents. Evaluation Exercise 1 Connectives Study the following two versions of the same text and decide which do you find easier to read and why? what is the difference between them? When the ICN equipment was first introduced, it was found to provide a flexible and advanced system. Its speed of operation was greater than comparable hardware then available. In recent months major faults have developed in the equipment. The local agent appears incapable of providing a reliable repair service. The system is regularly out of order for several days at a time. The makers have agreed to replace the system free of charge. The new equipment will not be installed for at least six months. Such a delay is clearly unacceptable to us. We should insist that ICN send their own engin...

Inglise keel - Tallinna Tehnikaülikool
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Harjutus 2

rk processes and engineering control measures so as to avoid or minimize the release of carcinogens into the place of work; (d) evacuation of carcinogens at source, local extraction system or general ventilation, all such methods to be appropriate and compatible with the need to protect public health and the environment; (e) use of existing appropriate procedures for the measurement of carcinogens, in particular for the early detection of abnormal exposures resulting from an unforeseeable event or an accident; a) (f) application of suitable working procedures and methods; (g) collective protection measures andor, where exposure cannot be avoided by other means, individual protection measures; (h) hygiene measures, in particular regular cleaning of floors, walls and other surfaces; (i) information for workers; (j) demarcation of risk areas and use of adequate warning and safety signs including 'no smoking' signs in areas where workers are exposed or likely to be exposed to carcinogens; (k) drawing up plans to deal with emergencies likely to result in abnormally high exposure; (l) means for safe storage, handling and transportation, in particular by using sealed and clearly and visibly labelled containers; (m) means for safe collection, storage and disposal of waste by workers, including the use of sealed and clearly and visibly labelled containers. Article 6 Information for the competent authority Where the results of the assessment referred to in Article 3 (2) reveal a risk to workers' health or safety, employers shall, when requested, make available to the competent authority appro...

Ergonoomika - Tallinna Tehnikaülikool
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The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes

1893, written 1892) Rodney Stone (1896) Uncle Bernac (1897) Sir Nigel (1906) The Mystery of Cloomber (1889) The Firm of Girdlestone (1890) The Captain of the Polestar, and other tales (1890) The Great Keinplatz Experiment (1890) The Doings of Raffles Haw (1891) Beyond the City (1892) Lot No. 249 (1892) Jane Annie, or the Good Conduct Prize (1893) My Friend the Murderer and Other Mysteries and Adventures (1893) Round The Red Lamp (1894) The Parasite (1894) The Stark Munro Letters (1895) Songs of Action (1898) The Tragedy of The Korosko (1898) A Duet (1899) The Great Boer War (1900) The Green Flag and Other Stories of War and Sport (1900) The Exploits of Brigadier Gerard (1903) Through the Magic Door (1907) Round the Fire Stories (1908) The Crime of the Congo (1909) The Lost Gallery (1911) The Terror of Blue John Gap (1912) The British Campaign in France and Flanders: 1914 Danger! and Other Stories (1918) The New Revelation (1918) The Horror of the Heights (1918) The Vital Message (1919) Tales of Terror & Mystery (1923) The...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Lühendite seletus

DOC Document + Documentation (file name extensions) DOCSIS Data Over Cable-Service Interface Specification DOCSV Data Over Circuit-Switched Voice DOE Distributed Objects EnvironmentEverywhere DOIP Dial Other Internet Providers [IBM] DO-IT Disabilities, Opportunities, Internetworking and Technology DOLAP Desktop OLAP DOM Document Object Model [W3C] DOMF Distributed Object Management Facility DOS Denial Of Service + Disk Operating System DOSEM DOS Emulation .DOT Document Template (file name extension) DOV Data Over Voice DOW Day Of Week DP Data Processing + Dot Pitch DPA Demand Protocol Architecture [3Com] + Document Printing Architecture DPAM Demand Priority Access Method DPAREN Data Parity Enable [IBM] DPB Drive Parameter Block DPC Direct Program Control DPI Distributed Protocol Interface + Dots Per Inch DPL Dedicated Public License + Descriptor Privilege Level DPM Digital Panel Meter DPMA Data Processing Management Association DPMI DOS Protected Mode Interface [Microsoft] DPMS Digital Power Management Signaling + Display Power Management Support...

Informaatika - Kutsekool
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Hiina

Since the 1990s, SEZs and similar concepts have been expanded to major Chinese cities, including Shanghai and Beijing. The result has been a 6-fold increase of GDP since 1978. Chinese economic development is among the fastest in the world, and has been growing at an average annual GDP rate of 9.4% for the past 25 years.[57] At the end of 2005, the PRC became the fourth largest economy in the world by exchange rate, and the second largest in the world after the United States by purchasing power parity at US$8,158 trillion.[58] But with its large population this still gives an average GDP per person of only an estimated US$8,000 (2006), about 15th that of the United States. Mainland China has a reputation as being a low-cost manufacturer, which caused notable disputes in global markets. This is largely because Chinese corporations can produce many products far more cheaply than other parts of Asia or Latin America, and because expensive products produced in developed countries like the United States are in large part uncompetitive compared to European or Asian goods. Another factor is the unfavorable exchange rate between the Chinese yuan and the United States dollar to which it was pegged. On July 21, 2005 the People's Bank of China announced that it would move to a floating peg, allowing its currency to move against the United States dollar by 0.5% (effective 18 May 2007, which was earlier 0.3%) a day, while 3% a day against other currencies.[59] Many high-tech American companies have difficulty exporting to China because of U.S. federal government restrictions, which exacerbated the trade gap between the PRC and the US, widespread software piracy and illegal copying of intellectual property (a major US export), and perceived low quality of US goods. On the other hand, China runs a trade deficit with Taiwan and...

Geograafia - Keskkool
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