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study on Larkin) is renamed as “Philip Larkin and Symbolism”. In the same book, Seamus Heaney also points out that “there is something Yeatsian in the way that Larkin, in High Windows, places his sun poem immediately opposite and in answer to his moon poem”. In Barbara Everett’s study (“Philip Larkin: After Symbolism”) one finds ample evidence for the influence of French symbolism upon Larkin.
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Why I came to study English essay

Some of my friends have even said that majoring in English seems so boring and they constantly bombard me with questions about my future. That made me think about how exactly did I end up studying English? First of all, as a kid, I was so sure I would be a hairdresser or a teacher or a cook in the future. I am sure that almost every kid thinks the same, when all they have for inspiration are cartoons and toys to play with. When I started school, I was very interested in mathematics and other subjects that required logical thinking, because apparently I was smart in that area at the time. Up until 6th grade I was the best student in our class, winning mathematic competitions left and right and not only that. By that time I had also found out that I loved to write, specially poems and I used every opportunity to submit my...

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Study the past, if you would divine the future

We all make mistakes and have our ups and downs. That's the part of living. Having a great life is possible when you are not afraid of making mistakes. The more mistakes you make in the past, the less mistakes you will make in the future. You can easily divine your future when you study things from your past and mistakes. On the other hand, you can't always learn from your past. When your past is full of boringness and dullness, then there isn't much to learn. And also, it is not always good to learn from the past. Because sometimes you look back on your past and make te same mistakes because you don't know what was right and what was wrong. In conclusion, learning from the past can be very good and divining. It depends on person's past and the ability of learning from the past because some people will make the same mistakes all...

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

Challenges of children`s “participation”: A Case Study of active citizenship in Cadle Primary School Gerli Orumaa – 662974 9th of May 2014 Word Count: 8,800 `Submitted in partial fulfilment of the requirements for the degree of B.A. International Relations` Table of Contents Abstract 3 Introduction 4 Chapter 1: Citizenship, Children`s Rights and Participation: from the UN to the UK 6 Chapter 2: Citizenship Education in Wales………………………………………………14 Active Citizenship in Cadle Primary School: A Case Study 20 Conclusion 29 Bibliography 32 Appendices Appendix 1: The United Convention of the Rights of the Child Appendix 2: Interview with Jamie Richards, the Head Teacher of Cadle Primary School 2 Abstract: Children inherently have...

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Study of heat transfer coefficient in helical coil

INSTITUTO POLITECNICO DO PORTO INSTITUTO SUPERIOR DE ENGENHARIA DO PORTO CHEMICAL ENGINEERING DEPARTMENT PORTUGAL Marvin Üürike Tallinn University of Technology Faculty of Chemical and Materials Technology Department of Chemical Engineering Estonia ERASMUS PROJECT STUDY OF THE HEAT TRANSFER COEFFICIENT IN A HELICAL COIL Supervisor: Albina Ribeiro Porto 2015 2 Abstract The following work investigates overall heat transfer coefficient of a helical coil and how it changes in different situations. The variables investigated were flow rate inside a submerged helical coil and agitation of the bath. To investigate the change in heat transfer coefficient in different situations, a simple experiment was set up. It consisted of a rectangular isolated t...

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Intelligence and psychopathy: a correlational study on insane female offenders.

C. SPIRONELLI, C. SEGRÈ, L, STEGAGNO ja L. ANGRILLI Spironelli, C., Segré, D., Stegagno, L., Angrilli, A. (2014). Intelligence and psychopathy: a correlational study on insane female offenders. Psychological Medicine, 44 (01), 111-116. Antud uurimuse eesmärgiks oli uurida kriminaalse taustaga naiste intelligentsuse ning psühhiaatriliste käitumismustrite vahelist seost. Taustinfona oli nii palju teada, et siiani ei ole ühtset arusaama IQ ja psühhiaatriliste käitumismustrite olulise seose suhtes ning peamiselt on seda uuritud meessoost kurjategijate hulgas (ning uuringutes käsitletakse enamasti crystallized IQ tulemusi). Uurijad püstitasid hüpoteesi, et esineb negatiivne korrelatsioon psühhiaatriliste käitumismustrite ning fluid IQ vahel ja testisid oma hüpoteesi kinnipeetud naiskurjategijate peal. Uurijad viisid läbi seosteuuringu ning valim koostati juhuslikkuse põhimõ...

Inglise keel - Tallinna Tehnikaülikool
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Central Park'i tutvustus

 It was initially  opened in 1857, on 778 acres of city­owned land, later  expanding to its current size of 843 acres. Central park  is one of the most famous sightseeing spots in New  York.  3) Central park which has been a National Historical  Landmark since 1962, was designed by landscape  architect Frederic Law Olmsted and the English architect Calvert Vaux in1858. It is bordered on the north by  Central Park North, on the south by Central Park South,  on the west by Central Park West and on the east by  Fifth Avenue. The park contains several natural­looking  lakes and ponds which have been created artificially,  extensive walking tracks, bridle paths, two ice­skating  rinks, the Central Park Zoo, the Central Park  Conservatory Garden, a wildlife sanctuary, a 106 acre  billion­gallon reservoir and an outdoor amphitheater.  Indoor attract...

Country Study - Keskkool
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Cook Islands

Cook Islands Kendra Location Capital: Avarua South Pacific Ocean 15 islands, 9 main islands Rarotonga Area: 240 square km Time zone: 12h behind Associated: New Zealand Geography Capital: Avarua Divided into two Coastline: 120km Natural resources: coconuts Climate: Tropical Mountainous, volcanoes, palms, soils, caves, People European, Chineese, African settlers Polynesian roots 2 polynesian languages: Pukapuka and other islands Official language Cook Islands Maori, English Population: 14,974 Villages, farms Politics Left: Henry Puna, right: John Key Self-governing state In international treaties Head of state: British monarch Parliamentary elections: 4 years Independence: 4th August 1965 Political parties: Cook islands party, the Democratic Economy Few natural resources: cobalt, phosphate Inadequate infrastructure Main industries: Tourism, fishing, banking, mining Export: citrus & tropical fruits, handicrafts, clothes Im...

Country Study - Keskkool
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Having a job while studying

Having a job while studying Siin on minu nimi; 11klass Siin on kool, 30.05.2012 Many students nowadays prefer to have a job while studying or the other way around ­ study while having a job. All that, just to support their hobbies/studies, gain experience or just to earn a bit more money. While there are many benefits, there is no good without the bad. Having a job especially while you are studying is great responsibility for a human being. It is difficult to keep both your job and studies up. Although there are good points, like earning money to support yourself, gaining work or life experience, learning more about how the world works ­ something, that schools usually do not teach. Being practical with your time comes in handy whi...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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To Be Human Is To Discuss

Usually they are just fine, but the grass is always greener somewhere else, am I right? But for me and my class, it's a different story. The grass really is greener anywhere else, actually. Why do we go to school? Do we actually want to learn? I think not. Maybe on some level, until fourth grade or something like that, but most of us are in high school to get good grades, so that parents don't kick us out and still give us food and shelter. How to motivate ourselves to come here every single morning and really study , not just sit with your phone out and watch videos or do something not related to studying to keep from dying of boredom? I think that the main reason students skip class is that they just don't want to sit around for 45 minutes. Another reason, I know that from my own experience, is undone homework. We don't want to get bad grades and we choose not to show up. Maybe it's better not to give homework, like they do in Finland. Yesterday, I had 9 lessons. I got home at 5 o'clock and my mom was already home. When I walked in the door, she asked: ,,Wow, how did you get home so early, weren't you supposed to have lessons til 6?" And I actually was supposed to have lessons until 6, but the teacher was also tired from that exhausting day and let us go early. Even then, my mom got home from work an hour before me and we left home at the same time. Then I grabbed a bite and quickly started studying, because there was so much homewo...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Letter of application for a language course

I love studying in English, hence, I would like to attend a university, where all the courses are taught in English. Therefore I would like to attend this university because of the English-speaking environment. I feel that this is an amazing opportunity which will surely turn out to be an enriching experience for me. I have great expectations from studying abroad because of the element of internationalism. I think that a larger view on the world could give the chance to be more productive in my whole life. Living abroad could give the chance to prepare better for my future career. About the fact that I would have to stay far from home, I do not feel that it would be much of a problem because I have the ability to adapt to various situations. I also have experience with living abroad- I was an exchange student in the Netherlands for a...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Kvalitatiivne uurimustöö Emotsioonide regulatsioon ja stress

1 Emotion regulation in relation to physiological stress response. University Name Research Project Module Code: xx 2007-2008 Supervised by xxx Word count: 7261 Emotion regulation in relation.. 2 Abstract The aim of this study was to investigate the association between psychological and the biological stress response. It is known that humans, interacting with each other or their environment, have emotional reactions that are individually regulated. These emotional responses are linked to changes in autonomic and neuroendocrine systems, which are essential for metabolic support when preparing the body for action. Since emotion can influence such important processes like learning, decision-making, memory and consequently health and welfare of the individual then dysfunctional regulation of emotions can lead to psychopathology. A total of 26 healthy, non smoking male participants, age group 18-42 years were recruited into the study. Based on the theory of Cybernetic 3-Dimensional Model on Emotion Regulation (CMER), three dimensions of emotion regulation was measured. Participants were stressed using the TSST test, and the salivary cortisol and p...

Psühholoogia - Akadeemia Nord
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Powerpointi esitlus vanalinna objektidest

On the northern portion of the passage you can find what's left of St. Catherine's Church (hence the passage name) and various large, ancient tombstones that used to line the inside of the sanctuary. On the southern portion of the passage, you'll find numerous artisan workshops, where you'll even get see them hard at work creating new items. City wall Tallinn's medieval city wall is a sub-facility that was built to protect the lower Tallinn and upper Tallinn (Toompea). The building of the city wall began in 1310th years, and by improving over time it formed the city wall with defensive buildings (towers). It was finished by the end of the 1561. Then it was 2.35-kilometer-long circular wall, which had 27 wall gate, 8 tower gate and 21 other stone fortifications. Many parts of the to...

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Application

I would be grateful if you could consider my applications for the vacancy in your Accounts Department. I am eighteen-year-old high school student and am very interested in this position. When i leave school, I plan to study accounting and this would be a perfect opportunity for me to gain some experience. Although I have no formal work experience, I have often helped out in my cousin business, where I have been responsible for accounting. As far as my personality is concerned, I would describe myself as sensible and conscientious. I am sociable person and enjoy working with others as part of team. I also believe that I am capable of working alone and able to use my own initiative. If you wish me to attend an interview, I am available at any time. I also can work in the evienings. Thank you for considering my application. I look forward to hearing from you....

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Charlie Chaplin Powerpoint

· Chaplin's childhood was fraught with poverty and hardship. Because of this poverty, Chaplin was sent to a workhouse at seven years old. · He was briefly reunited with his mother at age of nine, before Hannah was forced to readmit her family to the workhouse in July 1898. · In September 1898, Hannah Chaplin was committed to Cane Hill mental hospital. So Charlie and his brother had to live with their father who soon passed away. · For a while Charlie's mom was in good health but in 1903 she became ill again and was readmitted.Charlie was 14 years old at that time. · His mother was released eight months later but in 1905 her madness returned, this time permanently and she remained in care until her death in 1928. Young performer · Chaplin's first stage appearance came when he was 5 ye...

Geograafia Inglise keeles - Keskkool
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Education

Education: Some people say that students should study only those subjects they are interested in Im going to discuss if students should study only those subjects they are interested in or not. Nowadays students are quite lazy and do not want to study or go to school. They think it is boring and parents work really hard to make them study. Also, a lot of students think that the majority of the subjects they are learning are pointless. But actually none of those are pointless and every thing has a reason. In addition to that, if students could choose the subjects themselves, then some classes would be really empty. For example, a lot of students do not like maths or reading. Math develops logic and then we could imagine how many people would be without logical thinking. And reading books enriches vocabulary, so if people do not read books at all, their vocabulary would be quite small. On the other hand, learning different things like history and b...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Billy Elliot

Times are hard ­ his father and brother spend their days on the picket lines clashing with the police while Billy takes care of his senile grandmother. Billy's mother has passed away. Life has made Billy a sensitive and mature boy. His father forces him to study boxing to make him into his own image. Billy isn't interested in expressing himself with his fists, he has taken some ballet classes next door, run by Mrs Wilkinson. With the encouragement of ballet teacher Mrs Wilkinson he joins in with the classes and starts to express himself through dance. But Billy knows that if his father or brother would find this out, they wouldn't like it. With the adults busy with their own problems, Billy is able to keep his new activity a secret ... for awhile. When...

Inglise teaduskeel - Keskkool
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Ökosüsteemi teenused

Lapimaa metsa juhtumiuuring Soomes Sissejuhatus Ökosüsteemi teenuste(ecosystem services)(ÖT) kontseptsioon on teaduslikus metoodikas suhteliselt uus, pakkudes võimalikku lähenemist inimtegevuse tagajärjel toimunud ökoloogilistele probleemidele ning lahenduseks maakasutusega seotud probleemidele. Kuigi ÖT vastu on huvi nii teaduslikul, majanduslikul kui poliitilisel tasandil, on siiani avaldatud vaid mõned juhtumiuuringud. Antud töös uuritakse Lapimaa metsa häireid ÖTde ning maastikuplaneerimise vahel. Inimese ning keskkonna vahelised süsteemid on alati keerukad. ÜRO poolt toetatud Milleniumi Ökosüsteemi Hinnangu (2005)(Millenium Ecosystem Assessment) kohaselt on praeguseks 60% maailma ÖTdest kahjustunud. ÖTde lähenemine ühendab erinevad paradigmad ning uurimistraditsioonid sotsiaal-, majandus- ning keskkonnateadustest. Ökosüsteemide haldamine on tavalis...

Geograafia -
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Kanjimärkide morfoloogilisi seletusi. Võrdlev analüüs märgisõnastike kanji etümoloogiatest.

V~ordlev analu ¨u¨s m¨argis~onastike kanji etu ¨moloogiatest. Indrek Pehk 2000 m¨arts ¨o diplomito ¨ ¨ Helsingi Ulikooli Humanitaarteaduskond Aasia ja Aafrika keelte ja kultuuride osakond Sisukord Eess~ ona 7 I P~ohim~ oisteid 9 1.1 Kanji m¨arkide makrostruktuur . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9 1.1.1 Kanji erinevad kujud . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 1.1.2 M¨arkide ajalugu . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . ....

Kultuuriajalugu - Tartu Ülikool
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Sotsiaalpsühholoogia konspekt 2016

SP kui teadus SP ­ osa psühholoogiateadusest. SP maastik: eneseteadvus ja identiteet, sotsiaalne taju ja hoiakud, inimestevahelised suhted ja sotsiaalne mõju, suhtlemine, grupid ja grupiprotsessid ... Gordon Allport (1954): "Social psychology is an attempt to understand and explain how the thoughts, feelings, and behaviors of individuals are influenced by the actual, imagined or implied presence of other human beings". Tänapäeval: "SP is the study of the causes and concequences of interpersonal behaviour" (Schachter, Gilbert, Wegner, 2012) SR = inimestevaheliste suhete ruum - seaduspärasused, seletused, mõõtmine, sekkumine ... Populaarne SP: sõprade leidmine ja suhete hoidmine, mõjutamine, juhtimine ja eestvedamine, suhtlemisõpetused, üksindus ja üksildus ... Teaduslik ja tarbepsühholoogia. Meie - lai pilt SP-st - alus kitsama...

Sotsiaalpsühholoogia - Eesti Ettevõtluskõrgkool Mainor
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English structure revision for the exam

Terms Language → A systematic, conventional (tavakohane) use of sounds, signs or written symbols in a human society for communication and self-expression. Human language at all levels is rule- or principle- governed (valitsema) meaning that language corresponds to the grammar. Natural language is usually spoken, while language can also be encoded into symbols (such as letters, morse etc) For example: Estonian, English. Linguistics → The scientific study of human natural language. Broadly, there are three aspects to the study which are  Pragmatics (studies the use of language → interested in the gap between the sentence’s meaning and the speaker’s meaning).  Semantics (concerned with the meaning of the language aspects and the way they change, also how objects and language and thinking and language are related).  Syntax (concerned with the rules [grammar] and how sentences and words are formed). Synchronic approach to language → A focus in language study on how language exists in one moment in time, not at how this language came to be the way it is now. Example Estonian in the 21st century. Diachronic approach to language → A focus in language study on how a language has changed over some period of time. In a way it is comparing language to what it was and how it is now. For example comparing 18th ce...

Inglise keel - Tallinna Tehnikaülikool
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