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Sins

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Islam

The trials and tribulations preceding and during the Qiymah are described in the Qur'an and the hadith, and also in the commentaries of Islamic scholars. The Qur'an emphasizes bodily resurrection, a break from the preIslamic Arabian understanding of death. It states that resurrection will be followed by the gathering of mankind, culminating in their judgment by God. The Qur'an lists several sins that can condemn a person to hell, such as disbelief, usury and dishonesty. Muslims view paradise (jannah) as a place of joy and bliss, with Qur'anic references describing its features and the physical pleasures to come. There are also references to a greater joy--acceptance by God (ridwn). Mystical traditions in Islam place these heavenly delights in the context of an ecstatic awareness of God....

Religioon - Keskkool
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Renessaans

RENESSANSS EUROOPA TEISTES MAADES (1500-1630) Peamised maad, kus renessanss levis, olid Madalmaad, Saksamaa ja Prantsusmaa. Madalmaade kunstis oli väljapaistvaid saavutusi maali alal. Prantsusmaal aga arenesid kõige silmapaistvamalt skulptuur ja arhitektuur, Saksamaal seevastu graafika ja trükikunst (ren.ajastul trükiti ka esimesed mängukaardid) Eriti õitsele puhkes graafika. Kõigi aegade suuremaid...

Kunst - Keskkool
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Caves

The cross was still there during the writing of the letter in January 1354. Pilgrims started to flow to Vastseliina both from Livonia and Germany after what happened and many who were blind and deaf had their sight and hearing restored. The Archbishop of Livonia asked the Pope in his letter for forgiveness of sins to the visitors of the chapel, giving the following reason for his request: the growth in the number of pilgrims would provide funds for the extension of the chapel in the borderlands of Christendom. So the visitors of Vastseliina were granted a forty-day indulgence. Pope Eugene renewed the indulgence in 1342. There are records of pilgrimages to the chapel in the 15th and 16th centuries. In the first century of its existence the castle was not invo...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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The 4 oldest Churches in Tallinn

Tallinn Mustamäe College G2K Jaana-Kristiina Jõgevest The Four oldest churches of Tallinn Report Supervisor: Ingrid Teigar Tallinn 2009 The Dome Church The Danes began fortification of Toompea after the conquest of Tallinn in 1219 and pro...

Ajalugu - Keskkool
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Holidays in the UK

February Small tokens are exchanged Young men and women show their interest in each other Valentine cards Superstitions Pancake Day Shrove Tuesday On that day, people used to confess their sins Pancakes are eaten because they contain fat, butter, eggs. Pancake is a thin, flat cake, with caster sugar sprinkled on the top and a drop of lemon juice also added. Ash Wednesday The beginning of Lent Ash is the symbol of being sorry Ash is rubbed on your forehead to show your regret St. David's Day 1. March Big parades, concerts Leek and daffodil St. David's Cross Traditional Welsh costumes St. Patrick's Day...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Dorian Gray

As time goes by, he becomes more infected by the ideas of Henry, but he loses control over his behaviour and his reputation in public decreases. This grows concern in Basil, who has deep feelings for Dorian and Basil tries to put some sense into the boy's mind. After Dorian had killed Basil, the same coldness and indifference, which had been there after Sibyl's suicide, appear again. All the sins that Dorian makes reveal themselves on the portrait. He keeps the door locked, but sometimes goes to see what he really has become. The picture that he sees is so horrifying that ultimately he hates it so much that throws a knife into the heart of the Dorian in the picture. After death the portrait turns back to original and the body could only be recognized by the rings that Dorian wore. The price that Dorian paid for his long-lasting y...

Inglise kirjandus - Keskkool
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Geoffrey chaucer

Describe the setting of the prologue. (When and where does the action take place?) The late fourteenth century, after 1381, in the T abard Inn and on the road to Canterbury. Why do the pilgrims go on the pilgrimage? Whose grave do they visit? People see a pilgrimage as a cure for sick relatives or friends and you of all your sins . People go on pilgrimages to seek inspiration and to show that they are willing to devote themselves to god and to prove that they believe in him and that they love him. How many pilgrims did the narrator meet at the Tabard Inn in Southwark? 29 How does the narrator describe his role? Chaucer's pilgrim narrators represent a wide spectrum of ranks and occupations. The great variety of tales is matched by the diversity of their tell...

Inglise kirjandus - Keskkool
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The Pre-Raphaelites

THE PRE-RAPHAELITES The PRB was formed in 1848 in London and it was an association of painters, poets, critics, sculptors. It was founded by three Royal Academy students who wanted to brake free from the academic art and return to the moral and descriptive truthfulness that they felt was gone from art. (The Royal Academy of Arts is and institution with a purpose to prom...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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The Price of Everlasting Youth

Maris Süld The Price of Everlasting Youth Everything in this life has a price, especially things you could not normally get ­ like the everlasting youth. In the book "The Picture of Dorian Gray" by Oscar Wilde, a young man called Dorian gets it, but it does not come free....

Inglise kirjandus - Keskkool
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It is better to rule in Hell than to serve in Heaven

r life like God would have wanted you to live and you already are in heaven then it is better to serve in heaven. You have lived for God. You have sacrificed and done everything for being accepted there. I...

Inglise kirjandus - Keskkool
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Japanese festivals

Today, sashimi and sushi are often eaten, as well as non-Japanese foods. To let the overworked stomach rest, seven-herb rice soup (, nanakusa-gayu?) is prepared on the seventh day of January, a day known as jinjitsu (?). Bell ringing At midnight on December 31, Buddhist temples all over Japan ring their bells a 108 times to symbolize the 108 human sins in Buddhist belief, and to get rid of the 108 worldly desires regarding sense and feeling in every Japanese citizen. A major attraction is The Watched Night bell, in Tokyo. Japanese believe that the ringing of bells can rid off their sins during the previous year. Postcards The end of December and the beginning of January are the busiest times for the Japanese post offices. The Japanese have a custom of sending New Year's Day postcards (, neng...

Inglise keel - Kutsekool
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Referaat Islami usust

3) Fasting Fasting, called "Sawm", from food and drink (among other things) must be performed from dawn to dusk during the month of Ramadhan. The fast is to encourage a feeling of nearness to God, and during it Muslims should express their gratitude for and dependence on him, atone for their past sins , and think of the needy. Sawm is not obligatory for several groups for whom it would constitute an undue burden. For others, flexibility is allowed depending on circumstances, but missed fasts usually must be made up quickly. 3) Alms-Giving "Zakt" is giving a fixed portion of accumulated wealth by those who can afford it to help the poor or needy, and also to assist the spread of Islam. It is considered a religious obligation (as oppose...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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The Witch Trials in Salem

Witchcraft Witchcraft is the alleged use of supernatural or magical powers. 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 wi...

British culture (briti... - Keskkool
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"A portrait of the artist as a young man" timeline

Closeness decreases Separate from family. Feels homesick at more and more. Mother is disappointed in his lack of faith. school. Father makes him feel Dante plays an ashamed. important role. Religious Influenced by his Longed for romance, Sins . Priestly life, devoted Devoted to art and attitude, morality family with Catholic but kept his morals. Ignored his religious to religion. beauty. Separate from faith and Irish upbringing. Discipline. church, but kept his nationality. High...

Inglise kirjandus - Keskkool
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American Literature

Hester convinces him to run away with her and Pearl and he accepts. After he delivers his final sermon he runs over to the scaffold finnally admits what he has done and dies. Overall he is punished much greater than he is rewarded. Hester Prynne commits the biggest sin of the book, for which she is caught. We can only speculate what would have happened if she didn't confess and wasn't caught. However there were sins she committed that she didn't confess. First, she didn't tell who her accomplice was in committing adultery. For not confessing this she is rewarded and punished. She is rewarded by keeping Dimmesdale as a freind and a confidant. She is punished however by having to watch her husband, posing as Roger Chillingworth slowly kill Dimmesdale. Her decision to not tell who the father of Pearl was may or may not have been the best move. Perhaps if...

Inglise keel -
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Review Of Donald Norman Design Of Everyday Things

They do recognize that the actual fault is with the machinery and that it should have been "designed for error" in the first place. "To err is human" Norman states, and I wholeheartedly agree. Norman, quite interestingly, goes as far as to absolve some designers of their sins , at least partially, demonstrating a great deal of common sense in doing so. The fault is often with the industry, with the society and with the unbending bureaucracy and inertia of the whole civilized mechanism - those are the reasons why feedback chain is virtually non-existent as new generations of product are already under development when the previous ones hit the shelves, people demanding new trinkets ASAP and having a tendency to overesti...

Inglise keel - Tallinna Tehnikaülikool
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Kolmnurk; trigonomeetria; funktsioonide valemid

b eos(900 -s) = sins 0OSA=-=5111 ,$ { .j s- {rb t L...

Matemaatika - Keskkool
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ISLAM

The trials and tribulations preceding and during the Qiyamah are described in the Koran and the hadith, and also in the commentaries of scholars. The Koran emphazises bodily resurecction, a break from the pre-Islamic Arabian understanding of death. On Yawm al-Qiyamah, Muslims believe all mankind will be judged on their good and bad deeds. The Koran lists several sins that can condemn a person to hell, such as disbelief in God, and dishonesty, however, the Koran makes it clear God will forgive the sins of those who repent if he so wills. Good deeds, such as charity, prayer and compassion towards animals, will be rewarded with entry to heaven. For Muslims is heaven a place of joy and bliss, with Koranic references describing its features and the physical plesarues to come. The Pillars of Islam are five b...

Religioon -
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The Picture of Dorian Gray

Dorian rejects her, and when he returns home he sees his portrait has changed, but he hasn't. When Dorian tries to reconcile with Sibyl, he finds out that the girl has killed herself. Dorian realizes that passion and looks are where his life is headed and he needs nothing else. He continues this life for 18 years. When Basil questions Dorian about his wrong doings, he shows Basil the portrait, which is as hideous as Dorian's sins . Dorian blames Basil for everything and stabs Basil. In Deciding that only full confession will free him of his guilt. In a rage, he picks up the knife that killed Basil Hallward and stabs it into the painting. His servants wake up caused by a scream inside a locked room. The servants find Dorian's body, killed by being stabbed to the heart and suddenly aged, old and ugly. It is only by the rings on his hand that the corpse can be identified. Be...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Liha töötlemine

myofibrils themselves and between the myo- Free water is not readily seen in pre-rigor fibrils and the cell membrane (sarcolemma), meat, but can develop as conditions change between muscle cells, and between muscle that allow the entrapped water to move from bundles (groups of muscle cells) (Offer and the structures where it is found (Fennema Cousins 1992). 1985). Water is a dipolar molecule and as such is The majority of the water that is affected attracted to charged species like proteins. In by the process of converting muscle to meat fact, some of the water in muscle cells is very is the entrapped (immobilized) water. closely bound to protein. By definition, Maintaining as much of this water as possible bound water is water...

Inglise keel - Tallinna Tehnikaülikool
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