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Austraalia - slideshow

Australia flag Australia coat of arms. Australia is a cloudless dark blue sky, the bright sun, multikilometer beaches with snowwhite sand and ocean up to horizon. Australia's landmass of 7,617,930 square kilometers is on the IndoAustralian Plate. Surrounded by the Indian and Pacific oceans, it is separated from Asia by the Arafura and Timor seas. It the sixth largest country in area after Russia , Canada, China, the United States and Brazil. It is the flattest and (after Antarctica) the driest of continents, yet it has extremes of There are rainforests and vast plains in the north, snowfields in the south east, desert in the center and fertile croplands in the east, south and south west. About one third of the country lies in the tropics. Mountain ranges run from north to south along the east coast, reaching their highest point in Mount Kosciusko (2,228 m). The western half of the continent is occupied by a desert plateau that rises into barren, rolling hills near the west coast. Mount Kosciusko Climate Australia is warm and dry. There is very little extremely cold regions in Australia. Summer last from December to February....

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Queen Victoria and her time

[1] The Duke of Kent was the fourth son of George III and Victoria Maria Louisa was the sister of King Leopold of Belgium. The Duke and Duchess of Kent selected the name Victoria but her uncle, George IV, insisted that she be named Alexandrina after her godfather, Tsar Alexander II of Russia . [2] Victoria's father died when she was eight months old. The Duchess of Kent developed a close relationship with Sir John Conroy, an ambitious Irish officer. Conroy acted as if Victoria was his daughter and had a major influence over her as a child. [2] Edward, Duke of Kent Victoria Maria Louisa of Saxe-Coburg When Princess Victoria of Kent was eleven years old, her uncle, King George IV, died childless, leaving the throne to his brother, the Duke of Clarence and St Andrews, who became King William IV. As the new king was childless, the young Princess Victoria became heiress-presumptive to the throne. Since the law at that time made no special provision for a child monarch, Victoria would have been eligible to govern the realm as would an adult. In order to prevent such a scenario, Parliament passed the Regency Act 1831, under which it was provided that Victoria's mother, the Duchess...

British history (suurbritannia... - Keskkool
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The Republic of Estonia - referaat

r The Republic of Estonia Estonia is a democratic parliamentary republic divided into 15 counties. The capital and largest city is Tallinn. Estonia's neighbours are Latvia, Russia and Finland. The parliment is named ,,The Riigikogu." The Estonian parliament has 101 members and influences the governing of the state primarily by determining the income and the expenses of the state. The Riigikogu elects and appoints several high officials of the state, including the President of the Republic. The Parliament of Estonia is elected by people for a four year term by proportional representation. The Government of Estonia is formed by the Prime Minister of Estonia, nominated by the president and approved by the parliament. The government exercises executive power pursuant to the Constitution of Estonia and the laws of the Republic of Estonia and consists of 12 ministers, including the prime minister. The prime minister also has the right to appoint other minister. he prime minister has the right to appoint a maximum of 3 such ministers, as the limit of ministers in one government is 15. It is also known as the cabin...

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NOTARIAADI KORRALDUS EESTIS JA VENEMAAL

TARTU ÜLIKOOL ÕIGUSTEADUSKOND AVALIKU ÕIGUSE INSTITUUT KRIMINAALÕIGUSE, KRIMINOLOOGIA JA KOGNITIIVSE PSÜHHOLOOGIA ÕPPETOOL Artjom Novikov NOTARIAADI KORRALDUS EESTIS JA VENEMAAL Bakalaureusetöö Juhendaja professor Jaan Ginter 2009 Sisukord 1.Sissejuhatus....................................................................................................................... 3 2. Notariaadi üldiseloomustus............................................................................................... 5 1. Notariaadi ajalooline kujunemine...................................................................................... 5 1. 1 Notariaadi kujenemine Eestis........................................................................................ 6 1. 2 Notariaadi kujunemine Ven...

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Upstream intermediate b2 teacher's book

14 | go to the theatreoncein a bluemoon. word given.Don't changethe word given. 15 Sarahwascleaningthe atticwhen shecameacross 1 lt'sa monthsincehe startedworkinghere. her grandmother's silvernecklace- been He hasbeenworkingherefor a month. 16 Because of a childhoodillnessshelost her hearing' 2 How long is it sinceyou went to Russta? Now shecan't hearat all. ago How longago did Yougo to Russia ? 17 My wallethasdisappeared into thin air! 3 Their new album will be on the market next 18 Reading my old diaries always brings back month. memories of my childhood. out Their new album will come out next 19 l'm afraid I just don't approveof this kind of month. behaviour! 4 Shesucceeded in passingher exams. 20 The fans got reallycarriedaway when Beckham...

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Vene teadlaste avastused.

(10 (21 ) 1735 ., , -- 30 (11 ) 1818 ., ) -- - . « ».( ) . , . 1764-- 1767 . , , , - ( ). ( 1792 1799) , . 1769 30 . , , . 1772 300- . , . , . -- - , , , . , , . , , -- . XVIII , . , . . . , , . , , , . , . 1 , 70- , . 12 . . In Russia , in the 1780s, Ivan Kulibin developed a human-pedalled, three-wheeled carriage with modern features such as a flywheel, brake, gear box, and bearings; however, it was not developed further Ivan Petrovich Kulibin (April 21, 1735 - August 11, 1818) was a Russian mechanic and inventor. He was born in Nizhny Novgorod in the family of a trader. From childhood...

Vene keel - Keskkool
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Tenses - Ajavormide tabel

Jason is in the garden. He is building(build) a shed. Steve jogs (jog) around the lake every evening. In northwest Scotland summer temperatures rarely rise(rise) above 16C. I'm meeting (meet) Mr. Houghton at six o'clock. His flight takes off(take off) at 11.45. You always complain. Tourism has increasedis increasing in this area. He has just finished work on his new book. I...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Ettekanne Kanada kohta

The city is located on the south bank of the Ottawa River. The 2011 census had the city's population as 883,391. The name "Ottawa" is derived from the Algonquin wor adawe, meaning "to trade". Canada is a federation composed of ten provinces and Click to edit Master text styles three territories. Second level Pro These may be grouped into Third level Fourth level vin regions: Western Canada, Central Fifth level ces Canada, Atlantic Canada, and an Northern Canada. Provinces have d more autonomy terr than territories. itor ies Geography Canada occupies a major northern portion of North America. Canada is the secondlargest country in the world, after Russia . Canada has the longest coastline in the world, with a total length of 202,080 kilometres. Border with the United States is the world's longest land border, stretching over 8,890 kilometres. Canada has a strong democratic tradition, upheld through a parliamentary system. The sovereign is Queen Elizabeth II. Click to edit Master text styles The Constitution of Second level Canada is the supreme Third level Go law of the country, and consists of written text Fourth level Fifth level ver and unwritten conventions. nm On the picture is the Parliament Hill in ent Canada's capital city,Ottawa. and poli tics Culture Canadian society is often depicted as being "very progr...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Müstiline Venemaa Josef Stalini tütar Svetlana

Müstiline Venemaa Josef Stalini tütar Svetlana Vassili Stalin pole ainus laps, teisest abiellust on ka tütar Svetlana. Tema elulookäik pole mitte vähem kirjum, vaid võib-olla rohkem. Vend lahkus 48-aastase nooremehena Svetlana sai pikemalt tegutseda. Ta sündis 28. veebruaril 1926. aastal. Peaks elama vähemalt tänini, vähemalt sel hetkel, kui saade eetrisse läks, 9. mail. 2010. aastal. Tema elu on vennaga sarnane. Pöörase ajaliselt oli talle rohkem antud kui vennale. Svetlana on üks Stalini lähedamatest, kes oli Stalini valitsemise ajal. Piltidel oli isa kõrval, pigem isa süles. Svetlana õppis samas koolis, kus ka vend Vassili. 30 aastat hiljem on kooli reform 25 Eesrindlik kool. Tegemist oli Moskva ühe vanima kooliga. Kooli asutamisaasta on 1857, erakool. 19. sajandi lõpus kuni oktoobri pöördeni on see üks linna parimatest koolidest ja sellest koolist peetakse lugu. St...

Ajalugu - Keskkool
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PPT - Estonian History

A million voices. The fall of and empire. Main events in Estonian history NIMI Ancient Estonia · Begins from around 8500 BC. · Worshipped the spirits of nature. · Own gods. · 5 periods: mesolithic, neolithic, bronze age, iron age, early middle ages. Click icon to add picture Click icon to add picture Estonian crusade · One of the last corners of medieval Europe to be christianized. · Against pagans in Estonia....

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Алексей Воробьёв

19 1988 . -- , -- . . , . - «». 2005 IV « » . 2007 MTV Russia Music Awards « MTV» 2011 RedOne, Lady Gaga, , . , , . 2011 . «Get You». 16- , 77 . 2006 « ». 2010 - « », . , « », . : . : «», -- , . , , , . -- , , , , , , 4 . -- . -- , -- 14 , . :) C ! ...

Vene keel - Keskkool
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Polar bear communication

They can be found in the Artic, Canada, Russia , Denmark (Greenland), and Norway. v In the wild polar bears live up to age 25. v Polar bears have been known to swim 100 miles at a stretch. v Polar bears primarily eat seals. Communication v When a Polar bear wants to play, he communicates this to another bear by wagging his head from side to side. Such play sessions involve ritualised fighting or mock battles. v A mother Polar bear can comfort, protect, or punish her cubs by using her body, muzzle, or paws and scold her cubs with a low growl or a soft cuff. Communication v Among Polar bears, hissing, snorting and a lowered head signifies aggression. An attacking Polar bear will charge forward with head down and ears laid back. Submissive Polar bears always move downwind of dominant bears. Sight v A Polar bear's eyes are dark brown, set relatively close together, and look forward. v The eyesight of a Polar bear appears to be...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Energy - põhjalik referaat energiast

The simplest generation system for tidal plants involves a dam, known as a barrage, across an inlet. Sluice gates on the barrage allow the tidal basin to fill on the incoming high tides and to empty through the turbine system on the outgoing tide, also known as the ebb tide. There are two-way systems that generate electricity on both the incoming and outgoing tides. Tidal barrages can change the tidal level in the basin and increase turbidity in the water. They can also affect navigation and recreation. Potentially the largest disadvantage of tidal power is the effect a tidal station can have on plants and animals in the estuaries. There are currently two commercial sized barrages in operations. One is located in La Rance, France; the other is in Annapolis Royal, Nova Scotia, Canada. The US has no tidal plants and only a few sites where tidal energy could be produced economically. France, England, Canada, and Russia have much more potential. 35 Picture 10.1. Tidal turbine Tidal fences can also harness the energy of tides. A tidal fence has vertical axis turbines mounted in a fence. All the water that passes is forced through the turbines. They can be used in areas such as channels between two landmasses. Tidal fences have less impact on the environment than tidal barrages although they can disrupt the movement of large marine animals. They are cheaper to install than tidal barrages too. A tidal fence is planned for the San Bernardino Strait in the Philippines. Tidal turbines are a new technology that can be used in many tidal areas. They are basically wind turbines that can be located anywhere there is strong tidal flow. Because water is about 800 times denser than air, tidal turbines will have to be much sturdier than wind turbines. They will be heavier and more ex...

Inglise keele foneetika ja... - Tallinna Ülikool
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Briti kirjandus 20.-21. sajand kordamisküsimused vastustega

A turn in the mood, aesthetic programme, moral convictions and public taste. The Golden Age of crime fiction. The literature of `fair play'. Graham Greene. Realism and Existentialism. English Literature of the 1930s-1950s. Reception theory. Only the process of reading generates a meaning for a text. Reading connects reader and the text. A good degree of inderterminacy and gaps to make the connection possible. Gaps-places in a text- require reader's imagination, thinking ability. Allusions, symbols, metaphors, digression, rhetorical question, open endings. Balance is the key. Too many gaps in Modernist texts. Fiction as a way of finding order in chaotic world. Aggravating political and economic situation. A reflection of the general condition in Europe and America. 1929-stock market crash. 1930's-great depression. Mass unemployment in Britain, nazism in germany, fascism in italy, terror in stalinist russia . Fear of both fascism and stalinism. A turn in the mood, aesthetic programme, moral convictions and public taste. The Golden Age of the detective story. 1920 Agatha Christie's first novel (out of 80). The Mysterious Affair of Styles. Belgian private detective Hercule Poirot. 1926-1939-most famous crime stories. Crime wave after WWI. A renewed interest in crime fiction. A general tiredness with high intellectual demands of high modernism. Quest for 'fair play'. Detective story-traditional, one dimensional, rules that imply 'fair play'. A general tendency of returning to realism, rules, structure. 'fair play' dominates the iction of 1930s-1950s. Graham Greene (1904-1991). Journalist, wide travel. 'I have to travel because i have to see the scene". 50 books recording the scenes. Own fictional world-greeneland. Dark, wretched, squalid. A world of failures-professional, social, marital. Criminals or about to commit a crime. Murder, be...

Briti kirjandus 20.-21 sajand - Tallinna Ülikool
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The Holiday Habits of Estonians - essee

It is based on the interviews with people in different ages. How many trips and where The interviews revealed that most people have travelled in Estonian neighbour countries - Finland, Sweden, Latvia and Russia . The majority of young people told that they went to Finland or Sweden, because these kind of trips are cheap. People travel approximately 1-3 times a year. The older people surveyed said that they want to travel more, but their health or money does not allow that. The most popular destinatios is Egypt. The average length of trips is 3-7 days. What kind of transport and accomodation people use. With whom they travel. The majority of young people said that they often use a bus or thumb lift. Older people said that they prefer a comfort, so they use a plane and they stay in a hotel. The inte...

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Ökoloogia energia loeng

ENERGIA ÖKOSÜSTEEMIDES Energia kontseptsioon Toitumissuhted ja produktiivsus Inimese energiatarve Aune Altmets, MSc Euroakadeemia Keskkonnakaitse teaduskond Eesmärgid: Määratleda energiaallikad Maal Selgitada tuleva ja peegelduva päikesekiirguse lainepikkuse tähtsust Kirjeldada fotosünteesi Kirjeldada energia ülekannet toiduahelas Defineerida toiduahel ja toitumisvõrk Termodünaamika I seadus Termodünaamika II seadus Maa kui avasüsteem Elu eksisteerimiseks on vaja pidevat energia sisendit Päikeselt ning soojusenergia väljundit Maailmaruumi. Elu Maal on võimalik ainult tänu lakkamatule energiavoole Päikeselt. Samal ajal eraldub Maalt tohutu hulk soojusenergiat maailmaruumi. Maa ökosüsteemi stabiilsus on tagatud pideva saabuva ja pideva lahkuva energiavooga. Suhteliselt ühtlane temperatuur Maa pinnal ja selle läheduses on katkematu energiavahetuse tulemus. Päike Päikese läbimõõt on Maa läbimõõdust 109 k...

Ökoloogia ja keskkonnakaitse - Euroülikool
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Vaatamisväärsused Eestis II

Suuremõisa Castle was built in the second half of the 18th century on the initiative of Countess EbbaMargaretha Stenbock (17041776). The wings are erected in 1772. There are 64 rooms in the Castle. 6 ponds were dug in the grounds of the Castle and a park and a garden established. In 1796 the Castle was sold to Baron UngernSternberg. The attic of the Castle has doubleceiling, where the Baron used to hide the treasures stolen from ships that had sunk in the Näkimadalad. On 19 October 1802 the Baron killed Karl Johannes Malm, the Captain (of Swedish origin) of his ship "Brig Morian", in this Castle. For this the baron was deported to Siberia. There are currently two schools in the Castle: Suuremõisa Gymnasium and Suuremõisa Technical School. In the latter one can also study how to become a ship's captain. · The Estonian Railway Museum is located in the soc...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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The History of Estonia

The History of Estonia 8000 BC traces of first settlement at Pulli 3000 BC Finno-Ugric tribes arrive 1st cent AD Estonians mentioned in written records by Tacitus 1030 first written mention of Tartu 1154 first written mention of Tallinn, map of Estonia 1219 Danish invasion by the Teutonic Order 13th century German invasion by the Livonian Order 1343 St George's Night uprising 15th century serfdom begins to develop 16th century Reformation 1558.1583 The Livonian War between Sweden, Poland, Denmark, Russia 1629.1710 Swedish era 1700.1721 The Northern War, Russian invasion 1860.1885 era of national awakening 1918.1920 the War of Independence 1918.1940 the Republic of Estonia 1940.1941 first Soviet occupation 1941.1944 German occupation, World War II 1945.1991 second Soviet occupation 1991 the Decla...

Ajalugu - Põhikool
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Alaska info

Alaska info...................................3.lk 2.Geography.....................................4.lk 3.Natural features......................5.lk 4.Climate...........................................6.lk 5.Pictures.........................................7.lk 6.Used Sources..............................8.lk Alaska info Alaska is the largest state in the United States by area. It is situated in the northwest extremity of the North American continent, with Canada to the east, the Arctic Ocean to the north, and the Pacific Ocean to the west and south, with Russia further west across the Bering Strait. Alaska is the least densely populated state of the U.S. 2 Alaska was purchased from Russia on March 30, 1867, for $7.2 million at approximately two cents per acre. The land went through several administrative changes before becoming an organized territory on May 11, 1912, and the 49th state of the U.S. on January 3, 1959. The name "Alaska" was already introduced in the Russian colonial period, when it was used only for the peninsula and is derived from the Aleut alaxsxaq, meaning "the mainland" or more literally, "the object towards which the action of the sea is directed". It is also known as Alyeska, the "great land", an Aleut word derived from the same root. Geography Alaska has a longer coastline than all the other U.S. states combined. It is the only non- contiguous U.S. state on continental North America; about 500 miles of British Columbia s...

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The USA

The country is situated mostly in central North America, where its forty-eight contiguous states and Washington D.C., the capital district, lies between the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, bordered by Canada to the north and Mexico to the south. The state of Alaska is in the northwest of the continent, with Canada to the east and Russia to the west across the Bering Strait. The state of Hawaii is an archipelago in the mid-Pacific. The country also possesses several territories in the Pacific and Caribbean. The United States is the world's oldest surviving federation. It is a constitutional republic and representative democracy. The government is regulated by a system of checks and balances defined by the U.S. Constitution, which serves as the country's supreme legal doc...

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