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Topic - Sport

Winter Games The Winter Games are held in January or February. They last for 16 days. A sport must be popular in at least 25 countries on 3 continents to be considered for the Winter Games. About 3,000 athletes take part in the Winter Games. The host city of the Winter Games must provide an outdoor stadium. The opening and closing down ceremonies may be held there, the host city must also have at least 2 outdoor stadiums for figure skating, speed skating and ice-hockey. Skilled workers establish ski-runs for the cross-country, downhill, freestyle and slalom competitions. There must also be two ski-jumps near the host city. The most famous cross-country skier in Estonia are Andrus Veerpalu and Kristina Smigun. The Winter Olympic Games in Turin in 2006 were very successful for Estonia's cross-country skiers: Andrus Veerpalu won the gold medal in the men's 15 km class...

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Presentatsioonid

The Presentations Triinu: "The Notorious Prisoners of the Tower" Built in 1078, has been used as a fortress, Royal Palace, a prison, the home for Crown Jewels. The first prisoner was Ranulf Flambard in 1100. The only woman tortured in the Tower was Anne Askew. Guy Fawkes was prisoned 5 th November 1605, hung in 1607. Walter Raleigh was knighted, married without qu...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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The Roman Empire

The Roman Empire Roman power and influence had it's beginning in the insignificant mud village on the Tiber River where various people belonging to the Indo-European group settled in the central Italian Peninsula. Among the important tribes are the Latins and Etruscans who were constantly in conflict. The Latins established a republic by 509 B.C. After a long st...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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ENGLISH TOPICS - palju teemasid inglise keele riigieksami kordamiseks

Sport make you healthier, keep you fit and it is just a great pastime! International matches and tournaments unite nations; they play an important role in establishing good relations between countries. 2)In Russia a huge amount of attention was always given to sport, especially in schools, colleges and universities. You can hardly find a school without a gym or a sports ground. Every city and town has a few stadiums or swimming pools where local competitions are usually held. It's been a tradition in our country to divide sport into professional and amateur. There are various sporting societies and clubs in Russia. Many of them take part in international tournaments and are known all over the world. A great number of world records have been set by Russian sportsmen: gymnasts, weightlifters, swimmers, figure skaters, runners, jumpers. Our sportsmen also par...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Denmark

Denmark Capital ­ Copenhagen Official language ­ Danish The national flag of Denmark, Dannebrog, is red with a white Scandinavia cross that extends to the edges of the flag; the vertical part of the cross is shifted to the hoist side. Symbols - Bird: Mute Swan, Coat of Arms: The National Coat of Arms features three crowned lions facing left, surrounded by nine red hearts,...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Wemley Stadium - inglise keele esitlus

Wemley Stadium  History  Wembley The Twin Towers  Wemley Stadium History  Empire Stadium, the original stadium was built for the British Empire Exhibition of 1924.  The stadium closed in October 2000 and was demolished in late 2002 for redevelopment.  New Wemley broke ground in 2002.  New Wembley opened in 2007. Wembley The T win T owers Location London, England Broke...

Inglise keel -
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Hispaania Jalgpall

Tartu Forseliuse Gümnaasium Hispaania jalgpall Koostaja: Liis Pindis Juhendaja: Helina Haljaste TARTU 2010 Sisukord 1. Sissejuhatus.......................................................................................................................3 2. Jalgpalli ajalu...

Jalgpall - Keskkool
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Solowheel

Which happens to be awesome. http:www.youtube.comwatch?v=vyTsc5_RLJ4 Advantages The Solowheel is environmentally-friendly: Use it to replace a car for short distances. This reduces gas costs, pollution, and traffic. It is hands free and lightweight. It can be used in different terrains. The Solowheel is portable so that you can bring it into buildings, offices, malls, college campuses, parks, stadiums , skate parks and anywhere else personal electric vehicles are allowed. Avaivability There is no word on availability, but they're going to cost around $2000. They can be pre-ordered through Solowheel's official homepage at www.solowheel.com, where you can also select the preferred design of a Solowheel. Thank you for your attention! Click to edit Master text styles Second level Thir...

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Kuidas muudab mudelprojekteerimine teraskonstruktsioonide valmistamist ja ehitamist

For the Walt Disney Concert Hall (Figure 1) it was the undulating form that made this project extremely complex, for the UPS Worldport in Louisville, Kentucky it was the combination of heavy point loads in a highly seismic region and a building design that did not allow any lateral bracing. Unique structures, such as stadiums and industrial facilities require often steel in excess of 10,000 tons, exerting a tremendous workload on structural engineers and detailers. For example the Olympic stadium in Beijing (Figure 2), resembling a birds nest, used 40,000 tons of steel and required 20,000 drawings to detail the twisting and turning frames (Tuchman & Ding-Kemp, 2006). Figure 1. Walt Disney Concert Hall in Los Angeles (left) (Morrison, 2010). Figure 2. Olympic...

Ehituskonstruktsioonid - Tallinna Tehnikakõrgkool
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Russian philology

The Khrushchev Thaw brought some fresh wind to literature. Poetry became a mass cultural phenomenon: Bella Akhmadulina, Robert Rozhdestvensky, Andrei Voznesensky, and Yevgeny Yevtushenko, read their poems in stadiums and attracted huge crowds. Some writers dared to oppose Soviet ideology, like short story writer Varlam Shalamov and Nobel Prize-winning novelist Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn, who wrote about life in the gulag camps, or Vasily Grossman, with his description of World War II events countering the Soviet official historiography. They were dubbed "dissidents" and could not publish their major works until the 1960s. But the thaw did not last long...

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