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Islam religion

Religious people are praying three times a day. Pray 1x Next situation takes place in Afganisthan. A: Hello our dear friend, what are you doing? L: Hello, I'm praying! Please, come and join with me. G: Why are you praying? L: I'm praying, because I want to be close with my God Allah. G: Do you have any scripts about praying? L: We, Islam religion people are praying according the holy book, which is called Quran. A: Holy... L: Do you want to learn about about our religion, life, praying and Quran? A: Yes, we want. Is it free? L: Yes, it is free. G: Please, teach us! L: Yes, it's time me to pray the second time. Please, watch carefully. Music is palying! M: The religion is based upon the belief that God is Allah. The followers of Islamic religion, muslims, believe that this revelation to humanity is the flawless word of God. There are six basic beliefs shared by all Muslims: Belief in God, the one and only one worthy of all worship. Belief in the Angel...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Unit 6

The Atlantic Ocean St George´s Channel The Irish Sea The English Channel The North Sea The Bristol Channel The Celtic Sea The Isle of Mull The Strait of Dover The Scilly Isles The Wash The Hebrides The North Channel The Isle of Wight Lobster (vähk) Sole (merikeel) Crab (krabi) Salmon (lõhe) Scallops (karbid) Seabass (mereahven) Submarine (allveelaev) ­ It´s a boat that can move under water. It´s often called a sub. Lifeboat (päästepaat) ­ It´s a small boat that is used to save people. Cruise ship (kruiisilaev) ­ It´s like a hotel at sea. There are restaurants, gyms, theatres, shops and even tennis courts on board. Cargo ship (kaubalaev) ­ It´s a large boat that carries goods for trading. Ferry (parvlaev/praam) ­ It´s a boat that carries passengers across a lake, a river, or a sea. It often takes cars on board. Yacht (...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Aforismid

Ära üritagi öelda , et sul on kahju või ära ürita teha kõike õigeks . Ära raiska oma hingetõmbeid , sest on liiga hilja , on liiga hilja 2. Kõik need momendid , mis on möödunud me üritame neid tagasi saada ja neid olematuks teha . 3. Ennast korrateski saab olla kordumatu isiksus! 4. Iga kõrkuse taga on oma nõrkus. 5. Kes julgeb ennast kõverpeeglist vaadata, sellele inimesele ei ole ka põhjust näpuga näidata. 6. Taganejagi komistab ja enamasti oma saamatuse otsa. 7. Tulijat iseloomustatakse välimuse põhjal, minejat tegude järgi. 8. Iseloomujooned vajavad soodsat pinnast, et täies hiilguses õide puhkeda. 9. Kergem on näidata näpuga teise inimese kui iseenda peale. 10. Hing saab kergesti täis, rahakott aga mitte kunagi. 11. Enesekiitust ei pea teostama alati kiituse vormis. 12. Mida vähem on meil vigu, seda paremini saame nendest aru ja julgemini oleme valmis neid ka teistele tunnistama. 13. Soovide täitumin...

Kirjandus - Põhikool
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Styles in interior design

The interior design process follows a systematic and coordinated methodology, including research, analysis, and integration of knowledge into the creative process, whereby the needs and resources of the client are satisfied to produce an interior space that fulfills the project goals. Baroque Baroque (pronounced brok b-ROHK in American English or brk in British English) is an artistic style prevalent from the late 16th century to the early 18th century in Europe.[1] It is most often defined as "the dominant style of art in Europe between the Mannerist and Rococo eras, a style characterized by dynamic movement, overt emotion and self-confident rhetoric". The popularity and success of the Baroque style was encouraged by the Roman Catholic Church, which had decided at the time of the Council of Trent, in response to the Protestant Reformation, that the arts should communicate religious themes in direct and emotional involvement. The aristocracy also saw the dramatic style of Baroque architecture and art as a means of impressing visitors and expressing triumphant power and control. Baroque palaces are built around an entrance of courts, grand staircases and reception rooms of sequentially increasing opulence. Baroque architecture The Baroque style is noted as first being developed by Seljuk Turks, according to a number of academics like John Hoag. In Baroque architecture, new emphasis was placed on bold massing, colonnades, domes, light-and-shade (chiaroscuro), 'painterly' color effects, and the bold play of volume and void. In interiors, Baroque movement around and through a void informed monumental staircases that had no parallel in previous architecture. The other Baroque innovation in worldly interiors was the state apartment, a processional sequence of increasingly rich interiors that culminated in a presenc...

Inglise keel - Kutsekool
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Christmas and Easter

I will talk about Easter and Christmas celebrations. Easter is a moveable feast, meaning it is not fixed in relation to the civil calendar. The date of Easter therefore varies between March 22 and April 25. Originally only Christians celebrated Easter. According to Christians, Jesus was resurrected from the dead that day. Newer elements such as the Easter Bunny and Easter egg have become part of the holiday's modern celebrations, and those aspects are often celebrated by many Christians and non-Christians alike. There are also some Christian denominations who do not celebrate Easter. Other religious holiday is Christmas. It's one of the most popular festivals of Christian community celebrated all over the world. According to Christians it's the day when Jesus was born. Christmas is held on December 25 in most countries. Different communities have their own way and traditions to celebrate C...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Kreooli kultuur

The bride wore a silk dress with pearls and lace. The veil was held in place with a crown of orange blossoms. The bride carried the same flowers in her bouquet. Later she left the bouquet in the church, put it on a relative's grave, or sent it to the convent where she studied. After the ceremony the members of the family signed the register. The guests then went to the bride's home for the banquet. The bride cut the cake and gave pieces of it to single girls to put under their pillows. When the guests began to dance, the bride and her mother went to the bridal chamber where she took off her wedding clothes and changed into her nightgown. The bride and groom spent their honeymoon in her parents' house. They were expected to stay in the bedroom for five days or more. Creole Customs Creole customs can be divided into two kinds: religious and non-religious. Religious customs focus on holidays: All Saints Day, Mardi gras and Easter, for example. On All Saints Day Creoles bring flowers made of white, black, or purple tissue paper to place on graves in the cemetery. The week before this holiday shops display crowns and crosses with black beads. Mardi Gras or Fat Tuesday is celebrated on the Tuesday before Ash Wednesday, which is the beginning of Lent. At Easter, rabbits come out at night. The children try to stay up as late as possible, but they don't see the rabbits. The rabbit's nests are found filled with colored eggs both outside and inside the house. When the children find all the eggs, they have a contest of egg breaking. The child who breaks the egg takes it. The child with the most eggs at the end of the game is the winner. Non-religious customs of the Creoles can be illustrated by two activities: 1) lagniappe, which comes from the Spanish word la napa meaning a sw...

Geograafia - Põhikool
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Global overpopulation

The relationship between the human population and its environment, the Earth. Overpopulation Increased in the last 50 years Due to: medical advancements substantial increases in agricultural productivity. Problems Consuming problems Lack of resources Lack of hygenenew unknown diseases Global problems People are not devided equally Problematic areas China~1.3 billion India~1.2 billion Parts of Africa~1 billion Europe~881.4 million The United States of America~310.9 million The United Kingdom~58.5 million Solutions Limit the birth of descandance in critical areas Encourage people to live in places with smaller population Religious beliefs/governments should encourage people to use birth controls Critical areas should strickten the inflow of people Today There are about 6.8 billion people in the...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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An analysis of the problem of Political Power - essee

(Wolff, 1996) Who should rule? Which should the government be? Who should rule? There are a lot of different theories about the problem of power. Every society finds the best one for themselves. We must ask, who has the right to rule? There are several reasons how people get political power. (McLaughlin, 2010) Firstly, from nature. It means that person will get the right to rule from the moment he or she was born. This way the right is natural and legal. (McLaughlin, 2010) Secondly, from force. It means that person will get the right to rule by using force. This way it can be also called ,,the right of the strongest", because then other people will be afraid of them. (McLaughlin, 2010) Thirdly, theological. It means that person will get divine right to rule. This system can work mostly in the states, where people are seriously and deeply religious , because theological power means that it is God's will and God has chosen the ruler. (McLaughlin, 2010) Fourthly, voluntaristic. It means that person will get the right to rule voluntarily. It contains duty of gratitude (benefits I did not ask). (McLaughlin, 2010) Mostly we think that only democracy can be totally acceptable. But what is democracy? Is it really so drawing power? (Wolff, 1996) Some say that democracy is the rule of the people, by the people, for the people. But does democracy really deserve the reputation that it has? (Wolff, 1996) The word of (citicens) means that democracy is internal. The word by means that in is collective (selfgovernment). The word for means that there should be public interest about political power. Three theories Firstly, Plato Statesman: He divides forms of government into good-ones (rule of law) and bad-ones (lawless rule). So, when one person rules de jure it is called Monarchy, but...

Sissejuhatus... - Tartu Ülikool
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Maailma organisatsioonid

If there is a threat to one's security, it concerns everyone. Central and Eastern Europe, including Estonia, fell under the influence of the Soviet Union or even became part of it after the Second World War. It was the time when twelve western states from both sides of the Atlantic Ocean established the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) on 4 April 1949. NATO was founded to balance out a threat coming from the Soviet Union and the Warsaw Treaty. NATO founding members were committed to defend each other in case of military aggression against any of the members. The Soviet Union collapsed in winter 1991 and the antagonism to the Soviet Union disappeared. As a result, countries of Eastern and Central Europe became partners of NATO, later member states (e.g. Czech Republic, Hungary and Poland joined NATO in 1999). However, new threats such as regional conflicts brought about by national and religious tensions arose in former Yugoslavia and some other part of the Soviet Union. These conflicts were a threat to others and therefore NATO set itself a new goal - to safeguard peace and stability in Europe. This caused a restructuring of the organisation and an establishment of new goals like crisis management, peacekeeping missions and defence liability. In addition to a few partners, cooperation with other organisations as the European Union (EU), the Organization for Security and Co- operation in Europe (OSCE), the United Nations (UN) and the World Health Organization (WHO) is very important. Estonia in the United Nations Estonia's first permanent representative to the UN headquarters was Ernst Jaakson, Estonia's long time consul general in New York and head of mission in the United States, a diplomat who with his service helped to maintain the legal continuity of the Republic of Estonia through the Soviet occupation. Out...

Maiskonnalugu - Keskkool
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Iirimaa

It can be described as one of the fastest and most skilful field games in the world and it's not for the faint of heart. Bodies bang, the ball is as hard as a baseball, and the sticks are made of solid ash. flag and religion The Irish tricolor flag was created in 1848, it was designed to reflect the country's political realities. Different sources tell different stories but here are 2 of them. Orange stands for Irish Protestants, green for Irish Catholics and the white stripe for the hope that peace might eventually be reached between them. Another story tells that the green stands for the ancient Irish ancestry , orange stands for the new elements that joined them later in the history and white symbolizes the union of all in brotherhood and common nationality. The statistics say that about 90 % of the Republic's populace is Roman Catholic, 3% identify themselves as Protestants, and the remainder claim no religious beliefs, or belong to the small communities of believers such as Muslims, Jews and Jehovah's Witnesses The St. Paul's cathedral was dedicated to St. Patrick, the patron saint of Ireland. natural resources The primary Natural resources of Ireland, include natural gas, petroleum, peat(turvas), copper, lead(plii), dolomite, limestone(lubjakivi), gypsum, silver and some zinc Ireland has virtually no coal deposits, even though it's just 60 miles from Wales, one of the world's richest coal fields. On the left picture you can see a limestone pavement situated in the west coast of Ireland. and on the right picture you can see a gypsum mine. Presidents There have been 8 presidents in Ireland. Mary Therese Winifred Robinson was the first female president of Ireland and she passed the position to Mary Patricia McAleese who is the current president of Ireland. So she is Ireland's second female president and the world's first woman to succee...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Summary of philosophy of right (õiguse filosoofia kokkuvõte)

· Hobbes ­ leviathan · Locke ­ second treatise of government · Rousseau - social contract · Montesquieu - The Spirit of the Laws · Kant ­ idea for a universal history from a cosmopolitan point of view · Hegel - philosophy of right Key dates 1603 Shakespear's King Lear , Death of the Queen Elizabeth 1. 1618-48 The Thirty Year's War 1649 Execution of Charels 1 of England, Establishment of Oliver Cromwell's Prodecorate 1651 Hobbes' Leviathan(1588-1679) 1660 The Restoration of Charels 2. as king of England 1688 The Glorious Revolution of Willim and Mary in England 1689 John Locke publishes Two Treatises of Goverment 1707 formation of the British Parliament Social Contract philosophy: The reasons for entering a social contract and the responsibilities of the goverment *Hobbes: To preserve one's safety *Locke: To preserve one's safety and property *Rosseau: To preserve one's safety, property and freedom, but to...

Filosoofia - Tallinna Tehnikaülikool
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Queen Elizabeth I lifestory

1558 ­ 24 March 1603 (44 years) Coronation - 15 January 1559(25 years) Predecessor - Mary I Successor - James I House - House of Tudor Father - Henry VIII Mother - Anne Boleyn Born - 7 September 1533 Greenwich, England Died - 24 March 1603 (aged 69) Burial - Westminster Abbey Anne Boleyn Queen consort of England Mother of Elizabeth I Tenure - 28 May 1533 ­ 17 May 1536 Coronation 1 June 1533 Anne Boleyn was Queen of England from 1533 to 1536 as the second wife of Henry VIII of England and the 1st Marquess of Pembroke in her own right for herself and her descendants. House - House of Tudor Father - Thomas Boleyn, 1st Earl of Wiltshire Mother - Lady Elizabeth Howard Born c.1501/1507 Blickling Hall/ Hever Castle, England Died 19 May 1536 (aged 29-35)Tower of London Religion - Anglican, formerly Roman Catholic King of England Henry VIII Reign - 21 April 1509 ­ 28...

British history (suurbritannia... - Keskkool
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Kenya traditsioonid

B BENGA Cuisine local brewing industry Natives Purifying fire · Fire is very important for traditional African societies. Some communities keep or use a "holy" fire for religious purposes. They perform a ceremony of purifying the crops when they begin to bear. Part of this ceremony involves lighting the holy fire and carrying it to all the regions. · People look upon it as a "purifying flame," and eagerly wait to catch it with twigs, in order to take it to their homes. It symbolizes the process of death and resurrection, and the concept of renewal over destruction and degeneration. Arts and crafts · Diverse cultures and traditions in Kenya imply very rich source of art work. Every community is known for its special kind of art. The m...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Egypt

Egypt (Geography)Egypt officially the Arab Republic of Egypt, is a country mainly in North Africa. Egypt is a transcontinental country. Covering an area of about 1,010,000 square kilometers, Egypt is bordered by the Mediterranean Sea to the north, the Gaza Strip and Israel to the northeast, the Red Sea to the east, Sudan to the south and Libya to the west.Apart from the Nile Valley, the majority of Egypt's landscape is a desert. The winds blowing can create sand dunes more than 100 feet (30 m) high. Egypt includes parts of the Sahara Desert and of the Libyan Desert. Egypt does not receive much rainfall except in the winter months. Temperatures average between 80 °F (27 °C) and 90 °F (32 °C) in summer, and up to 109 °F (43 °C) on the Red Sea coast. Temperatures average between 55 °F (13 °C) and 70 °F (21 °C) in winter. (Population)Egypt is one of the most populous coun...

Inglisekeelne geograafia - Keskkool
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The Domician Monastery

In 1517 the Reformation started in German and very quickly spread into the Baltic states. The loyalty of the friars to Rome made them immediate victims. In 1523 a Lutheran mob burnt down the Franciscan monastery in Kuramaa. The Dominican monastery in Tallinn was destroyed on ,1524. In 1954 the former garden, cloister and refectory of the Dominican monastery were restored and opened to visitors. One of the most beautiful and peacefri pleaces in Talliun is the cloister garden whict is-bordered on one side by the church of Saints Peter and Paul and on the other by the original church of Saint Catherin. The .cloisxer and refectory contain a permanent exhibition of carved stone slabs. Sea and limestone ( dolomaite) are two symbols of northern Estonia. Tallinn owes much of its distincitve flavour to the use of the beautiful stone in its walls and towers,and in its secular and religious architecure. Carved stone decorated public buildings and private houses. The designs employed belong to the Gothic renaissance and Baroque periods. Windows were emphasized by slender piers and graceful curves. Armorial sheilds bespoke the pride of their owners. The monumental masons of Talliun were famous throughout northern Europe. Their carvings were in demand in Finland and other countries. The profession was highly organized. The masters constituted an exclusive guild. Boys served a three-year apprenticeship during which they were bound to a patricular master. If an apprentice ran away no other master could employ him. The next stage was that of journeyman. Its duration varied, but it came to an end when the candidate produced a master-work a small door, or window pillar, or circular wash-basin-which won the approval of 6-8 masters, Arent Passer a master mason from the Netherlands, exercised great influence on the local school...

Inglisekeelne geograafia - Keskkool
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English literature

Beowulf. The dating of Beowulf is still controversial. The poem is one of the earliest and greatest monuments of the Germanic literatures. The main stories of the poem (the fights of B.) are versions of common folk-tales, but the poet also introduces many incidental stories, some of which belong to the world of ancient Germanic legend. He writes his folk-tales and legends in a web of other events, mainly set in the Baltic Kingdoms. He shows a very rich and leisurely portrayal of this Baltic world, providing many customs like the close relationship between lord and man in the war-band and others. All this encouraged the supposition that the unknown author of the poem was himself a bard of the ancient type portrayed within the poem (a lord's scoop). However, many people propose that the author could be Christian poet, perhaps a monk, versed not only in old native traditions, but also in the culture and literatur...

Inglise keel - Tartu Ülikool
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Suurbritannia ühiskond ja kultuur konspekt

Ancient Britain: the Celtic tribes. 2000 years ago there was an Iron Age Celtic culture throughout the Br Isles. It seems that the Celts, who had been arriving from Europe from the 8th cent BC onward, intermingled with the peoples who were already there. The Celts were extremely talented people, creative and artistic. More than 1 Celtic tribe invaded Br. The descendants of ancient Celts live in Wales, Scotland, Cornwall and Ireland. They lived in primitive society. Druids ­ priests, more powerful than chiefs. Acted like prophets. 2. Stonehenge From prehistoric period. Was built on Salisbury plain between 2500 and 1500 bc. One of the most famous and mysterious archaeological sites in the world. One of the mysteries is how it was built at all with the technology of the time. Another is its purpose. It appears to function as a kind on astronomical clock and we know it was used by the Druids for ceremonies marking the passing...

Suurbritannia ühiskond ja... - Tallinna Ülikool
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Referaat Islami usust

Islam is the monotheistic religion articulated by the Qur'an, a text considered by its adherents to be the verbatim word of God (Allah), and the teachings and normative example of Muhammad, often considered by the adherents of Islam as the last Prophet of God. In addition to referring to the religion itself, the word Islam means 'submission to God, 'peace', and 'way to peace'. An adherent of Islam is called a Muslim. Muslims believe that God is one and incomparable. Muslims also believe that Islam is the complete and universal version of a primordial faith that was revealed at many times and places before, including through the prophets Abraham, Moses and Jesus. Muslims maintain that previous messages and revelations have been partially changed or corrupted over time, but consider the Qur'an to be both unaltered and the final revelation from God. Religious concepts and practices include the five pillars of Islam, which are basic concepts and obligatory acts of worship, and following Islamic law, which touches on virtually every aspect of life and society, encompassing everything from banking and welfare, to warfare and the environment. Most Muslims belong to one of two denominations; with 80-90% being Sunni and 10-20% being Shia. About 13% of Muslims live in Indonesia, the largest Muslim country, 25% in South Asia, 20% in the Middle East, 2% in Central Asia, 4% in the remaining South East Asian countries, and 15% in Sub-saharan Africa. Sizable communities are also found in China and Russia, and parts of the Caribbean. Converts and immigrant communities are found in almost every part of the world. With about 1.41-1.57 billion Muslims, comprising about 21-23% of the world's population (see Islam by country), Islam is the second-largest religion and one of the fastest-growing religio...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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The Witch Trials in Salem

A witch (from Old English wicca m. / wicce f.) is a practitioner of witchcraft. Historically, it was widely believed that witchcraft involved the use of these powers to inflict harm upon members of a community or their property, and that all witches were in league with the devil. Since the mid 20th century, the term witchcraft has sometimes been used to distinguish between bad witchcraft and good witchcraft, with the latter often involving healing. Human misfortune was often blamed on a supernatural entity or a known person in the community. Reasons for accusations of witchcraft fall into four general categories: · A person was caught in the act of positive or negative sorcery · A well-meaning sorcerer or healer lost their clients' or the authorities' trust · A person did nothing...

British culture (briti... - Keskkool
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’Anita and Me’ by Meera Syal

She is very much the opposite of her mother, who has managed quite well to find her IndianEnglish identity and is upset by Meena's lies. Meena doesn't feel that she belongs wholly to the English or the Indian identity. She has the need to exploit her situation, to challange and to test boundaries in order to find herself. It is by doping so that she comes across racism and narrow- mindedness and has to deal with that. She makes up a wonderful story about the hardships that her yet innocent parents went through during their first time in England. She tells her friends when they play in the park that she [...]" was a Punjabi princess and owned an elephant Kalled Jason King," and at school she uses her Indianness as an excuse: [...] ,,I hadn't completed my homework because of an obscure religious festival involving fire eating..." Meena isa n unreliable story-teller and a self- confessed liar who uses stories and mythology to feel komplete and to belong. She basically wants to be someone, populaar and admired. She really gets the chance t omake use of her talent when her grandmother comes to visit. Meena makes up a story that her grandmother speaks several languages. Meena explains that her grandmother makes money by looking for gold. The villagers are amazed, but they buy the story which seems, to their preconceived understanding of Indian people, to be highly likely. It is much easier for Europeans to address social questions related to far away places, than to stare at the problems in our own backyard. This seems to be one of the reasons why racism is such a issue. Meena's family experiences that they are accepted when they recognize the particular role given to them, that is as a separate part of the society, represe...

Inglise kirjandus - Keskkool
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