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Estonia topic

Estonia Topic Tallinn 2007 2 List of Contents page Facts and figures 3 Geography 3 Climate 3 Nature 4 History 5 Economy 6 Culture 6 Biggest towns 7 Language 8 3 Facts and figures The Republic of Estonia is a small country. Covering only 45, 228 sq km it is slightly bigger than Denmark, Belgium or Switzerland. Estonia's population is under 1.4 million. The official language is Estonian but since very many Russians live here Russian is also wide spread. The capital of Estonia is Tallinn. The currency used in Estonia is Eesti kroon. The Estonian national flag is blue-black-white. It was originally the flag of the Estonian Students' Society. The flag was first consecrated in Otepää Church in 1884. For a while, during the Soviet occupation, the flag was banned but it was again seen in pub...

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If you have created something, then try to be open minded

PG 11A 09.03.2009 This written essay here is talking about my thoughts and facts of life, what is around us. First I thought that why is always easier to create something but to destroy is much harder. Exactly there have been so many wars in history. Everybody wanted to own a lot of countries and others had to fight for their created country. Also they started to teach young people to kill and protect their country with killing enemies. Also government tried to keep a low profile, if there were some wars in state. These are my thoughts of creating and keeping something. In the old times were many wars. Some states predominated over other weaker countries or states. Weaker countries had created their own and loved country and they wanted to live like that for a long time. But also stronger countries wanted to broaden their boards and...

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Jäähoki

a Ice Hockey Ice hockey is a team sport played on ice. It's a fastpaced and physical sport. Ice hockey is a most popular in areas that are sufficiently cold for natural reliable seasonal ice cover such as Canada, the northern United States, Scandinavia and Russia . History European immigrants brought various versions of hockey: like games to Canada, such as the Irish sport of hurling, the closely related Scottish sport of shinty, and versions of field hockey played in England. Where necessary, these seem to have been adapted for icy conditions; for example, a colonial Williamsburg newspaper records hockey being played in a snow storm in Virginia. Early paintings show "shinney", an early form of hockey with no standard rules, being played in Nova Scotia in Canada. NHL The National Hockey League (NHL) is a professional ice hockey league composed of 30 teams in North America. It is considered to be the premier professional ice hockey league in the world and one of the North American major professional sports leagues. The Stanley Cup, the oldest professional sports trophy in North America is awarded annually to the l...

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Vancouver 2010

Other athletic events have been added as the Games have progressed. Some of these events, such as luge, short track speed skating, and freestyle skiing have earned a permanent spot on the Olympic programme. The first Winter Olympics were held in Chamonix, France in 1924. Many countries have played home to the Winter Olympics. France has been host to the Games three times. The United States has hosted the Games four times, more than any other country. Several countries including Italy, Japan, Austria and Norway have hosted the Games twice. The next host city will be Vancouver, Canada in 2010. This will be the second time the Games will be held in Canada.The Games will then be hosted by Sochi, Russia in 2014. This will be the first time that Russia has hosted a Winter Olympic Games. Vancouver is a coastal city located in the Lo wer Mainland of Britis Country : Canada h Columbia, Canada. It is nam ed for British Captain G Province : British Columbia eorge Vancouver, who explored the area in the 1790 Coat of arms : s. The name Vancouver itself originates from the Dutch "v an Coevorden," den oting somebody from C oevorden, a city in the Neth erlands. Population : 2,5 million Area : 114,67 km2 15 winter sports events have been announced as part of the 2010 Winter Olympics. 1. Alpine ski...

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Konspekt USA history

I Native Americans · Origin of Native Americans ­ Origin is debatable Siberia->Alaska Crossed the land bridge around 14,000 years ago "ice-free corridor" Hunters, searching for fresh grounds · Different tribes and their way of life In tents, dark skin, hair is long, black and straight, women-agriculture, men- hunting. bands(chief. Travelled together) and tribes land was owned by the tribe that occupied it. 200 different tribes Apache- "enemy"- hunted buffalos, oil and natural gas from their land Cherokee- largest tribe Cheyenne- from Minnesota and S & N Dakota. High system of laws Northwest Ordinance of 1787 Signed in 1787 by Thomas Jefferson. The creation of the Northwest Territory as the first organized territory Ohio River was settled, 5 new states Advancement of education, maintenance of civil liberties, exclusion of slavery Promised not to invade or disturb Indians Northwest Indian War-> to stop white expropriation (sun...

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Company

INDIVIDUAL JOB Made by: Kivirand Käty Studygroup: MY08 Supervisor: Lugina Olga What is A Le Coq ? A public limited company A Le Coq is the oldest brewery in Estonia, and now also the largest producer of beverages. Where is the main office? A. Le Coq & Co. (Russia) public limited that had been transformed into a private limited group in 1904 to move its headquarters and bottling plant from London to St. Petersburg. In order to develop the company the Public Limited Company A. Le Coq was established in London on 16 May 1912 and Tartu Brewery stated to operate as its Russian subsidiary company. Who was the founder? Direct predecessors of the oldest Estonian brewery that has been continuously operating ­ A. Le Coq ­ in Tartu are the breweries of Barthold Joachim Hesse and Justus Reinhold Schramm. In course of time, a large enterprise Tivoli Ltd. formed from these companies, the owner of which c...

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Tarbimissotsioloogia

Sissejuhatus Meie väike Eesti asub Lääne kultuuriruumis ja siin elades puutume me kokku meeletu hulga tarbekaupade ja äriteenustega ja tekstide või siis peenemalt öeldes diskursustega, mida identifitseeritakse kui tarbimiskultuuri või tarbimisühiskonda. Asjad ümbritsevad meid sünnist surmani: sünni puhul kingitakse meie vanematele igasuguseid asju, et oma rõõmu näidata, tihti on need asjad pehmed ja roosad. Kui me sureme, siis kingitakse meie lastele igasuguseid asju, et oma kurbust näidata, tihti on need asjad mustad, valged ning teravad - kaardid ja pärjad. Selles mõttes ei ole ju eriti suurt vahet, kui me võrdleme ennast ükskõik millise lääne kultuuri eelkäija-kultuuriga või traditsioonilise kultuuriga: avalikud ja eratseremooniatel kasutati ka väga palju erinevaid objekte, millel oli erinev tähendus. Sellele vaatamata on enamus tarbimiskultuuri ja tarbimisühisk...

Tarbimissotsioloogia - Tallinna Ülikool
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Tarbimisühiskonna sünd

Tarbimisühiskonna sünd Keskkooliõpikutes räägitakse tööstusrevolutsioonist. Inglismaal asus 1837 Victoria troonile ja hakati aurumasinaid valmistama. Suurte tehaste ja muude tööstuste taga oli kapitalimahutused, mis muutusid üha suuremaks, st vajati rohkem kui ühe inimese raha ehk investeeringuid. Kapitalism ja industrialism koos vastutavad selle eest, et hakati massiliselt kaupu tootma. Sellepärast oligi Marx nii kõva mees, et pea 200 aastat hiljem peetakse alateadlikult baas- pealisehitus struktuuri toimivaks: tootmisele reageerib pealisehitus ehk tehaste mõjul tekib kultuur, tarbimiskultuur. Ilmselt see siiski nii ei olnud. Tarbimine ei tekkinud tühjale kohale. Sellepärast saab tarbimise kaudu ajalugu natuke teise külje pealt vaadata. Hobhouse (1985): Euroopa ekspansioonil Vahemere teisele kaldale ei olnud miskit pistmist religiooni või kapitalismiga - sellel oli palju pistmist p...

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Economy of Estonia

Food industry that has undergone huge changes during the recent years, offers quite varied products. Estonians love locally produced food, considering it to be purer, of a higher quality and more tasty. For instance, in the early 1990s the majority of the ice-cream on the market was imported as virtually no ice-cream was produced in Estonia, but presently the share of imported product has fallen to 14.5%. Such change has been fostered by production methods that have quickly become more modern and more varied. Several producers hope to soon enter the EU market with their production. Part 2 Light industry yields a highly varied output from cotton fabrics to clothing and footwear. The fastest production growth can be witnessed in the enterprises of mechanical engineering and metalwork and chemical industries which give more added value. A widespread preconception, especially in Russia , holds that the Estonian economy depends largely on Russian transit. The reality is different -- freight traffic between Russia and the rest of the world is an important source of profit for Estonian ports but the role of transit in the Estonian economy has been consistently decreasing. Slightly more than 70% of the freight flow of the ports and 57% of the rail freight is connected with transit. Such shares are constantly diminishing as Russian oil flow goes through her own ports on an increasing scale. Presently about one third of the freight flow may be related to transit. The principal part thereof is constituted by the export of petroleum products from Russia -- first by rail, then by sea with tankers. Other Russian goods that have been transported through Estonia are grain and fertilizers, sometimes other goods as well. The transit from the West to Russia has gradually grown, mostly in the form of containerised freight. The E...

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Estonian Independence Day

This is the day that the Manifesto was declared in Tallinn 91 years ago. In responce to a period of Russification initiated by the Russian empire in the 1890's, Estonian nationalism took on more political tones, with intellectuals first calling for greater autonomy, and later, complete independence from the Russian empire. Following the Bolshevik takeover of power in Russia after the October Revolution of 1917 and German victories against the Russian army, between the Russian Red Army's retreat and the arrival of advancing German troops, the Committee of Elders of the Maapäev issued the Estonian Declaration of Independence in Pärnu on February 24, 1918. after winning the Estonian Liberation War against Soviet Russia and at the same time German Freekorps volunteers (the Tartu Peace Treaty was signed on 2 February 1920), Estonia maintained...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Sunflower

The sunflower (Helianthus annuus) is an annual(iga aastane) plant in the family Asteraceae, with a large flower head (inflorescence(õiekobar, õisik, õitseaeg, õidumine)). The stem(tüvi) of the flower can grow up to 3 metres tall, with the flower head reaching 30 cm in diameter. The term "sunflower" is also used to refer(nimetama, viitama, üle andma) to all plants of the genus(perekond, sugu) Helianthus, many of which are perennial(alaline, aastaringne) plants. What is usually called the flower is actually a head (formally(ametlikult) composite(liit-, komposiit- ; korvõieline, komposiit) flower) of numerous flowers (florets) crowded(täistuubitud, tunglev, rahvarohke) together. The outer flowers are the ray florets(pähik (õisiku osa) and can be yellow, maroon, orange, or other colors, and are sterile(steriilne, viljatu). The florets inside the circular head are called disc florets. Sunflower head displaying florets in spirals of 34 and 5...

Ökoloogia ja keskkonnakaitse1 - Eesti Maaülikool
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Legends of Tallinn

koolinimi Report Legends of Tallinn Student: nimi Supervisor: nimi Tallinn 2010 Table Of Contents Table of Contents..................................................................................................................................2 Introduction......................................................................................................................................3 Legend of St. Olav's Church.......................................................................................................4 True story of St. Olav's Church..............................................................................................5 Legend of Old Thomas.....................................................................................................6 True story of Old Thomas...

Ajalugu - Keskkool
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Report Of Canada

Tallinn English College Report of Canada 8a Teacher: Merike Sisask Composer: Kärt Kalvet 2010 Canada, Kärt Kalvet 8a Canada General Information Canada is in North America. It's area is 9220970 sq km. Canada's population is 313.612.000 people. Canada is divided into 10 provinces and 3 territories. The capital of Canada is Ottawa. Canada has constitutional monarchy. The head of state in Canada's government is the Queen of England. There are two main languages in Canada: English and French. Canada's curreny is Canadian dollar (1 dollar=100 cents[Can$]). The highest peak of Canada is Mount Logan, 5959 metres. The lowest point is sea level. The longest river is the Mackenzie. The climate and geography of Canada vary greatly from temperate in the south to arctic in the north and from islands and plains in the east to mountains in the west. Location Can...

Inglise teaduskeel - Põhikool
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Inuit Culture

Inuit Culture, Traditions, and History Traditional Inuit way of life was influenced by the harsh climate and stark landscapes of the Arctic tundra ­ from beliefs inspired by stories of the aurora to practicalities like homes made of snow. Inuit invented tools, gear, and methods to help them survive in this environment. Read on to learn more about traditional Inuit ways of life, and how Inuit culture has been changed over the past century. Geography Inuit communities are found in the Arctic, in the Northwest Territories, Labrador and Quebec in Canada, above tree line in Alaska (where people are called the Inupiat and Yupik), and in Russia (where people are called the Yupik people). In some areas, Inuit people are called "Eskimos" however many Inuit find this term offensive. The word "Inuit" means "the people" in the Inuktitut language. Inuit Homes In the tundra, where Inuit communities are found, there are not many building materials. No...

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Article: Estonians

you're dealing with some non- Estonians. But there's no reason for worrying- if a person is from a region where that kind of over-loving-behaviour is common and he or she practices it anyway then a bathetic Estonian will just bear it and play along. In case of visiting like in many other European countries in Estonia it's also polite to bring some presents with you, usually a box of chocolate or something like that will do the trick. To greet "Tere!" is the word you won't get wrong,...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Acid rains

S increased in the 1970s after the New York Times promulgated reports from the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest in New Hampshire of the myriad deleterious environmental effects demonstrated to result from it Occasional pH readings in rain and fog water of well below 2.4 have been reported in industrialized areas Industrial acid rain is a substantial problem in Europe, China, Russia and areas down- wind from them These areas all burn sulfur-containing coal to generate heat and electricity The problem of acid rain not only has increased with population and industrial growth, but has become more widespread The use of tall smokestacks to reduce local pollution has contributed to the spread of acid rain by releasing gases into regional atmospheric circulation Often deposition occurs a considerable distance downwind of the emissions, with mountainous regions tending to receive the greatest deposition An example of this effect is the low pH of rain which falls in Scandinavia Effects Many ecosystems are affected by acid rain. Bodies of water, such as lakes and rivers, see many of their inhabitants die off due to rising acidity levels. Acidic water also ruins plant nutrients, hurting plants' ability to survive and to give life to other organisms Human-made products are also experiencing degradation from acid rain. C...

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Acid rains üldine kokkuvõte

[2][3] In 1852, Robert Angus Smith was the first to show the relationship between acid rain and atmospheric pollution in Manchester, England.[4] Though acidic rain was discovered in 1852, it was not until the late 1960s that scientists began widely observing and studying the phenomenon. The term "acid rain" was generated in 1972. [5] Canadian Harold Harvey was among the first to research a "dead" lake. Public awareness of acid rain in the U.S increased in the 1970s after the New York Times promulgated reports from the Hubbard Brook Experimental Forest in New Hampshire of the myriad deleterious environmental effects demonstrated to result from it. Occasional pH readings in rain and fog water of well below 2.4 have been reported in industrialized areas.[2] Industrial acid rain is a substantial problem in Europe, China,[8][9] Russia and areas down- wind from them. These areas all burn sulfur-containing coal to generate heat and electricity.[10] The problem of acid rain not only has increased with population and industrial growth, but has become more widespread. The use of tall smokestacks to reduce local pollution has contributed to the spread of acid rain by releasing gases into regional atmospheric circulation.[11][12] Often deposition occurs a considerable distance downwind of the emissions, with mountainous regions tending to receive the greatest deposition (simply because of their higher rainfall). An example of this effect is the low pH of rain (compared to the local emissions) which falls in Scandinavia. Many ecosystems are affected by acid rain. Bodies of water, such as lakes and rivers, see many of their inhabitants die off due to rising acidity levels. Acidic water also ruins plant nutrients, hurting plants' ability to survive and to give life to other org...

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Tasemetöö

DATE:..................... SCHOOL:............................ Enter the correct one (s) Foreword (s). 1. It was predictable .... the very beginning. 2. Jack was so angry that he turned Michael .... the room. 3. You should dry the floor .... the mop. 4. A great idea came .... my mind. 5. We went ... Finland .... the end .... the summer. 6. Tom always blamed me .... this accident. 7. My parents had already left the room ... this time. 8. Mary spoke ... a very loud voice. 9. My grandpa suffers ... a heart disease. 10. Daniel spends a lot ... time working ... the research. 11. Keith is too hard ... his son. 12. Russia decided to put the chemical factory ... action. 13. Carly warned John ... the criminals ... the streets ... nights. 14. A beautiful song was played ... memory ... Tess. 15. Mother turned ... the lights and silence fell ... the room. 16. We d...

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Takashi Murakami

Takashi Murakami sündis 1.02.1962 Tokyos. Ta õpis Tokyo Riikliku Kunsti ja Muusika Ülikoolis (Tokyo National University of Fine Arts and music ) 1996aastal asutas ta Hiroponi tehase, mis praeguseks arenes Kaikai Kiki Co ettevõteks, kus toimub ulatuslik kunstesemete tootmine. Lisaks tootmisele, Kaikai Kiki Co aitab kaasa noorte jaapani kunstnikel. Murakami on kuraator, ettevõtja, ta vaatab kritiilise pilguga tänapäevast Jaapani ühiskonda. Takashi Murakami maalid, skulptuurid ja õhumaalid on värvilised ja pilgupüüdvad. Talle avaldasid mõju anime ja popart stiilid. Murakami tunnetab lääne kunsti eripära ning kasutab edukalt seda oma loomingus. Tema eesmärgiks on kukku segada Lääne ja Jaapani kunsti. Tema ühindab Ida ja Läänt, mineviku ja tänapäeva, kõrgkunsti ja tarbimiskultuuri. "Ma väljendan lootusetust." Takashi Murakami...

Kunst - Keskkool
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Cheetah

This allows the claws to always be exposed, acting like cleats when the cheetah is running. The tail is also designed to help maintain balance at high speeds and during quick turns. Other features of the cheetah include its tan coat with many small, round black spots and black tear- shaped marks around the eyes. In fact, the name "cheetah" has its origins in the Hindu word "chita", meaning "the spotted one." The cheetah eats gazelles, young antelope, young calves, warthogs, hares, and game birds. They typically stalk their prey until they are only 30 to 90 feet away. They then burst into a chase that lasts about 20 seconds. The cheetah successfully catches its prey in about half of the chases. Cheetahs prefer grasslands where they have plenty of room to chase and capture their prey. They once roamed in most of the open area of Africa, in the grasslands of India, southern Russia , Iran, and Pakistan. Today, however, most cheetahs are found natively only in eastern and southern Africa. In fact, almost all are raised on commercial farms. Of all the big cats, cheetahs have the least strength. As a result, cheetah cubs are killed by larger predators like the lion and hyena. Up to 80% of the cubs are killed by lions. The cheetah compensates for this by having many offspring. For the cubs that survive, the life span is up to 12 years. Female cheetahs typically live alone and are not territorial. Males form coalitions of 2 to 4 members. This helps them defend territories for hunting and mating. Fierce fights can occur between rival coalitions as a result of a territorial dispute. Young cubs stay with their mother, who raises them by herself for the first 18 months. She then leaves the cubs, which stay together for about 6 more months before breaking up. Male siblings will stay together for life. Cheetahs do not ro...

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