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The 4-Hour Body - An Uncommon Guide to Rapid Fat-Loss, Incredible Sex, and Becoming Superhuman - Timothy Ferriss

...rkouts, five meals, five of whatever we want) will be our goal. When in doubt, "take five" is the rule. 3. MAKE IT COMPETITIVE: FEAR OF LOSS AND THE BENEFITS OF COMPARISON Would you work harder to earn $100 or to avoid losing $100? If research from the Center for Experimental Social Science at New York University is any indication, fear of loss is the winner. Their three-group experiment looked like this: the rst group received $15 and was told the $15 would be taken back if they lost a subsequent auction; the second group was told they'd be given $15 if they won the a...

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Christopher Vogler The Writers Journey

... before she shows up. But more important and memorable will be her own first action upon entering the story — her entrance. I N T R O D U C I N G THE HERO T O THE AUDIENCE Another important function of the Ordinary World is to introduce the hero to the audience. Like a social introduction, the Ordinary World establishes a bond between people and points out some common interests so that a dialogue can begin. In some way we should recognize that the hero is like us. In a very real sense, a story invites us to step into the hero's shoes, to see the world through his...

Ingliskeelne kirjandus - Eesti Maaülikool
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Liha töötlemine

...food consumption is neither an iso- content, as well as incorporation of func- lated phenomenon nor exclusively focused tional ingredients (Fernández-Ginés et al. on food products per se, but is part of a wider 2005). On the other hand, the performance of social context (Conter et al. 2008). Traditional commercial starter cultures has been ques- fermented sausages constitute a highly appre- tioned, since their behavior is different when ciated specialty with gastronomic value and applied to different types of fermented meat are a rich sour...

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GETTING TO KNOW THE TOEFL

...s section contains two types of questions, both designed to test your ability to recognize correct style and grammar in written English. The sentences are academic; ones that you typically find in college level texts, journals, and encyclopedias. The sentence topics include the social sciences, physical and life sciences, and the humanities. Structure The structure questions test your ability to recognize correct structure and word order. These questions consist of a sentence with one or more words missing. You must make the choice that best completes the sentence. Here is an ...

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CHANGE YOUR THINKING CHANGE YOUR LIFE

...gger house, driving a better car, and enjoying a more ex- pensive lifestyle. Imagine that you have the ability to be one of the top people in your field. Imagine that you are one of the most popular, powerful, and persuasive personalities in your social and business world. Imagine that you are calm, confident, and unafraid of anything. Imagine that you could set and achieve any goal you put your mind to. This is how you begin changing your thinking and changing your life. The starting point of eliminat...

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Upstream intermediate b2 teacher's book

... TheRockies = pl anetE arth;envi ronmental TheA nsw eri s B l ow i ngin UNI T4 Earth is Dearer problems; conservation; energy the Wind (gappedtext) t han G old preservati on cri si s; of ani mal & ...

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Inglise keele õpik

... TheRockies = pl anetE arth;envi ronmental TheA nsw eri s B l ow i ngin UNI T4 Earth is Dearer problems; conservation; energy the Wind (gappedtext) t han G old preservati on cri si s; of ani mal & ...

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Upstream B2 teacher

... TheRockies = pl anetE arth;envi ronmental TheA nsw eri s B l ow i ngin UNI T4 Earth is Dearer problems; conservation; energy the Wind (gappedtext) t han G old preservati on cri si s; of ani mal & ...

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Upstream Intermediate B2 - Teacher book

... TheRockies = pl anetE arth;envi ronmental TheA nsw eri s B l ow i ngin UNI T4 Earth is Dearer problems; conservation; energy the Wind (gappedtext) t han G old preservati on cri si s; of ani mal & ...

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THE CAPITALIST NIGER

...ere lazy, depended mostly on governmental handouts – mediciad and medicare; made babies only to turn around and abandon their wives and children, and were fond of killing one another, and into drugs. When Africans came here, they also avoided Blacks like plague. They would rather socialize with Caucasians. Even in the schools that they attended, they avoided the few Blacks who were in the school and Blacks on their part also avoided the Africans because of their perception of a Tarzan with his monkey. Both groups despised and hated one another. They felt inferior and ashamed of one...

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ESTONIAN SYMPHONIC MUSIC. THE FIRST CENTURY 1896-1996.

...ury restrained the development of national cultural life. It was a specific counter-attack on the influence of German culture by the tsarist government. The Russian language was established as the official language in all schools and government institutions. In spite of this Estonian social and cultural life continued to develop, the song festivals retained their nationalist spirit, choral singing remained popular and the number of brass bands grew. David Otto Wirkhaus (1837-1912) was the first organiser and conductor at the all-Estonian song festivals. The non-existe...

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Dey Bared to You RuLit Net

...ay to get ready for his four o'clock with the team from Kingsman. We grabbed an information-packed lunch with the two creatives who would be participating in the pitch when it got to that point in the process; then we went over the notes on Kingsman's Web presence and existing social media outreach. I got a little nervous when three thirty rolled around because I knew traffic would be a bitch, but Mark kept working after I pointed out the time. It was quarter to four before he bounded out of his office with a broad smile, still shrugging into his jacket. "Join me, Eva." ...

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Business peculiarities in Russia

...sport, trade in alcohol, mining, educational activities). Main activities of the company are declared at check-in and specify the unified state register of legal entities. Moreover, there is the concept of "core business". The main purpose - to determine the amount of the premium social security of workers. 7 In the future, you can change as many times as the main activity. The procedure for changing it takes a period of 7 days and require the payment of the state fee of 800 rubles ( EUR 80). Each activity is indicated by the statis...

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Challenges of childrens participation A Case Study of active citizenship in Cadle Primary School

...attracted significant scholarly interest from various disciplines and as such a high degree of research has been published in this area already. The increasing sociological interest in children in particular that has provided a new perspective around the idea of children as competent social actors has provoked a great controversy and confusion as it challenges the image of the incompetent child which is overwhelmingly prevalent in the Western society. The purpose of this dissertation is to critically explore this hotly debated tension between these two conflicting salient features ...

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American Literature

...xts like Thomas Paine's The Age of Reason, and the Jefferson Bible, but the most influential thinker was undoubtedly John Locke, whose ideas spread to the colonies and across Europe. Main Ideas of the American Enlightenment: The Enlightenment caused a shift in the cultural and social attitudes of the people, bringing in some new and radical ideas. Republicanism: The doctrine of republicanism asserts a system of a government that is elected by the people of the nation. The roots of this ideology go back to ancient Greece, when the concept of a democratic government was examined b...

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Public International Law is a system of law

...s been a discussion of modernizing this, but this hasn't become a reality. A lot of countries want to become permanent members, but this wouldn't change anything really. There are a lot of candidates. Sooner or later this problem will be solved. Economic and Social Council ­ responsible for the issues of economic, social and cultural matter. 54 members, no permanent members, so re-election is necessary (by the General Assembly) Voting is simple majority by present member states. It has specialised agencies ­ differen...

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Investors Handbook. A Legal Guide to Business in Georgia

...ation of tax and customs systems has been simplified. The number and rates of taxes have been significantly reduced making it easier for local and foreign businesses to do business. Currently, there are only 6 taxes and no capital gains, inheritance, wealth, property transfer; social, branch remittance or any other taxes are in place in Georgia. The coming into effect of a new comprehensive Tax Code (including customs legislation) on January 1, 2011 con- stitutes a further milestone in the development of tax legislation. Licenses and permits - Georgia has dramatically re...

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Business peciliarities in Ukraine and Bealrus

... 29 Source: www.ukrainianweek.com The expansion of Russian state-owned banks including VneshEconomBank (VEB), VTB and others, has been a separate trend. State-owned banks operate in many countries and help the government to perform some social functions. Obviously, Russian state-owned banks have provided much broader access to loans for mostly big Ukrainian companies. This was a positive contribution to Ukraine's economy. One of Russia's most proactive banks is VEB which is, in fact, a quasi-bank regulated by a special federal act. Whenever a Euro...

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Cats

...ittens as wild as herself. After Josephine was hit by a car she had to stay indoors while recovering and she became somewhat tamer. While Josephine's earlier litters had been half wild like their mother, the litters born after the road accident were very relaxed, docile and social. The exact reason why is not known and later became the subject of wild claims. Since kittens inherit much of their personality from their sire, the most likely explanation is that she was breeding with different males, ones carrying genes for more sociable offspring. Judging by the kittens' appearance, Jose...

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Education

...or ethical framework, and help oneself form an individual worldview. Even an untraveled child, sitting at home, can be transported by a book into any place or time. Fantasy and facts weave together, but the result is almost an unmitigated improvement. If a bookworm grows up to be antisocial or worse, it is not because of too much reading, but because something else was lacking in the education or caregiving. Hands-on learning is another factor difficult to overrate. Imagine trying to learn to draw from listening to a lecture. You must draw, draw, draw, and with time and tutoring...

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Cialdini raamat

... gra ted throughout. For instance, brain imaging research is presented, showing here are 5 good reasons! how the "Expensive = Good" heuristic o Updated coverage of social influence leads people to perceive more costly effects in popular culture, such as the items as better than (identical) less contagion of obesity among the young costly ones. and the contagion of violence in such tragedies as the Virginia Tech a...

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TheCodeBreakers

...n as a culture has reached a certain level, probably measured largely by its literacy, cryptography appears spontaneously — as its parents, language and writing, probably also did. The multiple human needs and desires that demand privacy among two or more people in the midst of social life must inevitably lead to cryptology wherever men thrive and wherever they write. Cultural diffusion seems a less likely explanation for its occurrence in. so many areas, many of them distant and isolated. The Yezidis, an obscure sect of about 25,000 people in, northern Iraq, use a cryptic ...

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Solutions Advanced Workbook key

... I joined St Mary's school. We get on 4 1 soaking 5 fighting pretty well, on a superficial level at 2 A `hag night' is a celebration for 2 fast 6 wide least, and tend to socialise in the staff someone who is about to get 3 pitch 7 bone room. I've been in trouble a couple of ...

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Konspekt USA history

...tion to American Indian issues such as treaty rights, living standards, and inadequate housing. Huge media coverage "20-Point Program" · Present situation 1 Reservations situated west of the Mississippi 1% of the population Minority group, less privileged Social problems Self-awareness Mixture of old and new HOW GOVERNMENT ACTS NOW- gives natives money and near Las Vegas the right to own casinos to compensate injustice and taking away land. II First Settlements · Jamestown Colony (living conditions, population, plantations, import of slaves) First pe...

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Sissejuhatus inglise õiguskeelde

...fers to institutions or groups and their relations to each other, their patterns of interaction within political systems and to political regulations, laws and the norms present in political systems in such a way that they constitute the political landscape of the political entity. Social value - Abstract standards or empirical variables in social life which are believed to be important and/or desirable To revise legal system ­ to correct and renew a system for enforcing the laws Civil war - a war fought by different groups of people living in the same country Industrializatio...

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English as a Global Language

...o many people as English.We cannot predict the future, we can at least speculate, and there are some fascinating speculations to be made. ● It may well be the case, as was intimated earlier, that the English language has already grown to be independent of any form of social control. ● There may be a critical number or critical distribution of speakers (analogous to the notion of critical mass in nuclear physics) beyond which it proves impossible for any single group or alliance to stop its growth, or even influence its future. [3, p.190 ] A ...

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EU Internal Market

...t, despite the fact that such a large tax-jump from a small change in engine capacity would be likely to discourage the purchase of the larger-engined (and always foreign) cars. 6. Can differentiated tax policy for a specific good, for example to attain social ends, be justified? If yes, what three conditions must be fulfilled? Yes, differentiated tax policy might be applied in specific circumstances a charge is a customs duty if it is proportionate to the value of the goods; if it is proportionate to the quantity, it is a charge...

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Inglise keelt kõnelevate maade ajalugu lühikonspekt

...ures Ceremonial whetstsone can be scarcely anything than a sceptre Treasure is now in British museum Alfred the Great and the rise of Wessex to cultural pre-eminence Alfred the Great was the king of southern Anglo-Saxon kingdom of Wessex, stands out for his social and educational reforms and for military successes against Danes Improved the army and navy, bought vessels bigger than vikings The first town planner By 880s Wessex was covered with public strongholds, grid of streets, planned fortified towns where landowners, traders and c...

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A New Earth

...ould buy them, they would lose their psychological value and all you would be left with would be their material value, which likely amounts to a fraction of what you paid. What kind of things you identify with will vary from person to person according to age, gender, income, social class, fashion, the surrounding culture, and so on. What you identify with is all to do with content; whereas, the unconscious compulsion to identify is structural. It is one of the most basic ways in which the egoic mind operates. Paradoxically, what keeps the so-called consumer society go...

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ENGLISH TOPICS - palju teemasid inglise keele riigieksami kordamiseks

..."punks" the "rockers". But certainly there are different traditional youth organizations in Great Britain. Among them -- the Scout Association, the Girl Guides Association, the National Union of Students, the Youth Club. The latter offers, for example, a wide range of sporting and social activities. The National Union of Students was founded in 1922. It operates through local branches in colleges and universities. It promotes the educational, social and general interests of students. But certainly the most numerous is the Scout Association, founded in 1908 for boys and in...

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Russian philology

...artly multi-lingual environment. Over the last few centuries, the development of society and its political upshots have produced agendas for linguistic inquiry and discourse on language, some of which have had an impact on the development of Russian and contingent languages and their social functions, as well as on the development of linguistics as a global discipline. Six such agendas can be pinpointed: (1) the Orthodox emancipation agenda (1600-1700), (2) the Russian nation building agenda (1700-present), (3) the scientific agenda (1860-present), (4) the Marxist agenda (1917-1989), (...

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Backpaking lifestyle

... its framing concept and conceptualises individuals who style their lives around the enduring practice of backpacking as ‘lifestyle travellers’. Ethnographic interviews with lifestyle travellers in India and Thailand offer an emic account of the practices, ideologies and social identity that characterise lifestyle travel as a distinctive subtype within backpacking. Departing from the drifter construct, which (re)constitutes this identity as socially deviant, the concept of lifestyle allows for a contemporary appraisal of these individuals’ patterns of meaningful consum...

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TOPICS for the prelim year 1

...e law. Descriptive law – describes the way people or natural phenomena behave, e. g. law of gravity Prescriptive law – prescribe how people ought to behave e.g. speed limits In all societies relations between people are regulated by prescriptive law; customs (informal rules of social and moral behaviour); rules we accept if we belong to a particular institution (religion, organization); laws imposed on people by a government Penalties for breaking the rules are different. For not following the customs there may not be a punishment, or a person may be criticized by the soci...

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