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sweden, swedish, country, money, visit, same, friendly, other, including, trinkets, finland, norway, northern, ship, elina, there, ways, total
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Christopher Vogler The Writers Journey

...s compact with nature. I can testify to the still-impressive power of a candle in a dark place to animate things. It is the cheapest but most effective of special effects. I was visiting Hamlet's castle at Elsinore, or Helsingor as the Danes call it, on a tip of Denmark, facing Sweden across a short expanse of water. In the frigid crypts of the castle is kept a brooding statue of Denmark's version of King Arthur or El Cid, shown as a rugged V i k i n g sitting on his throne with a drawn sword across his knees. H e is Holger Danske, Ogier the Dane, one of Charlemagne's pa...

Ingliskeelne kirjandus - Eesti Maaülikool
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ESTONIAN SYMPHONIC MUSIC. THE FIRST CENTURY 1896-1996.

...read three centuries ago, taking firm root in the middle of the 19th century. From the 13th century onwards the ancient Estonians had to continually fight for their freedom, against the Danes, Germans, Swedes, Poles and Russians. The Russians annexed the Estonian territory from Sweden after the Great Northern War in 1721 by the Treaty of Nystad. After the fall of Tsarist Russia in 1917, Estonians fought for their independence, and in 1918 the Republic of Estonia was established and endured until 1940. In the summer of that year the Soviet Union occupied all three Baltic sta...

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Liha töötlemine

...ally meaning “liver with ham (Wikipedia). sausage.” It is a typical sausage served in Germany, Hungary, the Netherlands, Finland, and Sweden. Blood Sausage Most liverwurst varieties are spreadable. Black pudding or (less often) blood pudding The sausage is usually made with pork. Only is an English term for sausage made by about 10%–20% of the sausage is actually c...

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Public International Law is a system of law

...ivers (this is where many have disputes). The idea is that all of them are regulated by international treaties, coastal states don't necessarily have a say. E.g. Panama channel, Suess channel, Bosporus and Dardanelles straits, straits between Sweden and Denmark, Danube river, river Nile Lecture 4 Antarctica Antarctica's unique regime was established by the Antarctic Treaty (Washington, 1 December 1959). Originally signed by 12 countries which were not far from Antarctica or had some explorations there (UK, Japan, South-...

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

...that milk has a low glycemic index (GI) and a low glycemic load (GL). For the latter, whole milk clocks in at an attractive 27. Unfortunately, dairy products paradoxically have a high insulinemic response on the insulinemic index (II or InIn) scale. Researchers from Lund University in Sweden have examined this surprising finding: Despite low glycemic indexes of 15­30, all of the milk products produced high insulinemic indexes of 90­98, which were not signi cantly di erent from the insulinemic index of the reference bread [generally white bread].... Conclusions: Milk products a...

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Hispaania keel kirjapilt + audio allalaadimise lingid 53lk

...th Africa Sudáfrica Europe la Europa South African sudafricano/a European europeo/a Spain España Finland Finlandia Spanish español/a Finnish finlandés/esa Sweden Suecia France Francia Swedish sueco/a French francés/esa Switzerland la Suiza Germany Alemania Swiss suizo/a German alemán/ana Turkey ...

Hispaania keel - Keskkool
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Business peciliarities in Ukraine and Bealrus

...82% of total FDI, are Cyprus with $15.076 billion in investment, Germany with $7.4 billion, the Netherlands with $5.04 billion, Russia with $3.71 billion, Austria with $3.3 billion, the United Kingdom with $2.4 billion, the British Virgin Islands with $1.81 billion, France with $1.8 billion, Sweden with $1.58 billion, and Switzerland with $1.09 billion. Industrial enterprises received $16.866 billion in investment, which was 32% of total FID in Ukraine. In particular, $13.936 billion was invested in the processing industry $1.51 billion in the production and distribution of electricity an...

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Cats

...ose colours such silvers, colourpoints and solids/selfs. Mutations continue to occur and unexpected colours also turn up due to inbreeding where recessive genes, hidden for generations, start showing up. AMBER AND LIGHT AMBER During the 1990s, some purebred Norwegian Forest Cats in Sweden produced chocolate/lilac and cinnamon/fawn offspring. However, those colours are not found in the purebred Norwegian Forest Cat gene pool. Had the gene pool become polluted by someone, perhaps generations ago, breeding their Norwegian Forest Cat to another breed? Was it a spontaneous mutation? Cr...

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BARRIERS TO DISTRICT HEATING DEVELOPMENT IN SOME EUROPEAN COUNTRIES

... Ireland, France, Romania and the Czech Republic, as well as barriers to export of Swedish district heating knowledge and products to these countries have been compiled from publications and through personal communication with people in public and private energy bodies and companies in Sweden and abroad . In the studied countries, there are large potentials for district-heating development and for Swedish sales of DH related goods and services. But for district heating and export to succeed, there are several barriers to overcome in Sweden as well as in the other countries. It should be emph...

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Estonian holidays, festivals, cultural events

... of art. In addition to Estonian groups, other groups from abroad participate in the final event of the festival. The Tartu ski marathon in the worldloppet series Every year, the Worldloppet Ski Federation promotes crosscountry skiing marathons in fourteen countries. Founded in Sweden in 1978, Worldloppet incorporates one top race from each member country. Skiers that complete at least 10 Worldloppet races, including one overseas, if not all 14, become Masters. There are currently over 2400 Masters, some of whom have completed the circuit multiple times. Each race with i...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Revision Questions

...ia to the territory of the present-day US? *The first immigrants from Estonia in the US = 1627 ­ no trace of the "Estonians and Livonians" who left their homeland to settle at the mouth of the Delaware River (a Swedish colony) · 1654 ­ at least one Estonian in the settlement of New Sweden on the Delaware River ­ Johan Schalbrick, a drummer from Tallinn (Reval) · New Sweden ­ Swedish colony on the Delaware River from 1638­1655 · 1657 ­ Martinus Hoffman, born in Tallinn (Reval), came to New York (New Amsterdam), started to work as a saddlemaker. · His great-grandda...

Inglise keel - Tartu Ülikool
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Backpaking lifestyle

... in an interview with Blok (2005, p. 81) that to position one as cosmopolitan is to try to produce ‘superior cultural capital over and against others’. Andreas (Swedish, 25), for example, used his consumption of ‘exotic’ foods as a way to try to distinguish himself from his friends in Sweden: ‘I go home and I have a completely different taste because I’ve tasted foods from across the world that they might never have heard of.’ The participants more often embody performances of what has been referred to as ‘mundane cosmopolitanisms’ (Skrbis et al., 2004). Their day-...

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Inglise keelt kõnelevate maade ajalugu lühikonspekt

... India, but the final balance of power was decided only after Seven Years War The Seven years War 1756-1763 England and France fought for supremacy in Indiain the Seven Years War. World-wide conflict in Europe, North America, India between France, Austria, Russia, Saxony, Sweden, Spain vs Great Britain, Prussia, Hanover The war confirmed Prussia´s European power. It made Britain the world chief France lost its overseas posessions The Treaty of Hubertsburg 1763 The British East India Company and the British expansion in India It was founded in 1600,...

Inglise keel - Tartu Ülikool
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English portfolio

... 16 | P a g e counteroffensive only a few dozen kilometres from Tallinn, pushed the enemy out of the country by February the same year. The Estonian army under the leadership of general Johan was strongly supported by the British navy and volunteers from Finland, Sweden and Denmark. Estonia received financial aid and supplies also from France and the USA. With the military actions retreating from Estonian territory, the elections for the Estonian Constituent Assembly took place in April 1919 with the participation of 10 parties and political groupings. The ma...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Kanada ühiskond ja kultuur/Society and Culture of Canada

...e north in relation to global warming. The Arctic Council is a high-level intergovernmental forum that addresses issues faced by the Arctic governments and the indigenous people of the Arctic. It has eight member countries: Canada, Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Russia, Sweden, and the United States. Due to the climate change and melting of the Arctic sea-ice, more energy resources and waterways are now becoming accessible. Large reserves of oil, gas and minerals are located within the Arctic. This environmental factor generated territorial disputes among ...

Inglise keel - Tartu Ülikool
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Inglise keele jaotusmaterjal

...ian Country Nationality Language Australia Austria Belgium Brazil Britain Canada China Denmark Finland France Germany Greece Hungary Italy Japan Latvia Lithuania Norway Poland Portugal Russia Spain Switzerland Turkey New Zealand the USA The Netherlands Sweden Future forms: English has several ways of expressing the future. The form we use depends on the circumstances and how we view the future event. Present continuous Use the present continuous to talk about a personal arrangement and plans, particularly when we know the time and place. ...

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Russian philology

...hieving this end was the introduction of taxes for long beards and robes in September 1698. To improve his nation's position on the seas, Peter sought to gain more maritime outlets. His only outlet at the time was the White Sea at Arkhangelsk. The Baltic Sea was at the time controlled by Sweden in the north, while the Black Sea and the Caspian Sea were controlled by the Ottoman Empire and Safavid Empire respectively in the south. Peter attempted to acquire control of the Black Sea, which would require expelling the Tatars from the surrounding areas. As part of an agreement with Polan...

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The European Union

...n the EU members. The next year Spain and Portugal join the European Communities. In 1989 the Berlin Wall falls and in the next year German unites. In 1992 the treaty on Eurpean Union is signed in Maastricht. In 1993 the single market is created, the next year Austia, Finland and Sweden join the EU. In 1997 the treaty of Amsterdam is signed, which showed the beginnings of a common foreign and security policy. In 1999 The European Central Bank takes responsibility for monetary policy and launches euro to 11 countries, Greek joines in 2001. Same year in Nice the European Council ...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Tallinn, general overview

...ions Tallinn participates in international town twinning schemes to foster good international relations. Partners include: Annapolis, United States Bialystok, Poland Dartford, United Kingdom Gdask, Poland Gdynia, Poland Ghent, Belgium Gothenburg, Sweden Groningen, Netherlands Kiel, Germany Kotka, Finland (1955) Loma, Poland Los Gatos, United States Malmö, Sweden Portland, Oregon, United States Riga, Latvia Moscow, Russia Saint Petersburg, Russia Schwerin, Germany V...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Bridges presentation

... reinforced-concrete bridge in the United Kingdom was the Royal Tweed Bridge (1928), made up of four rhythmic open- spandrel arches filled with vertical posts increasing in span from 167ft (51m) to 361ft (110m) as the roadway climbs from low to high embankments on each side of the river. Sweden is another country that excelled in building elegant and innovative reinforced-concrete arch bridges of extremely long span. The first was the Traneberg Bridge (1934) in Stockholm, designed by Harbour Board engineers Ernst Nilsson and S Kasarnowsky with Eugène Freyssinet consulting. Its 593ft ...

Inglise keel - Tallinna Tehnikaülikool
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Britain history.

...e end of her reign the nation was the most powerful in the world and by the 1920s the British Empire comprised about a quarter of the world's territory and population. Victoria had nine children, who eventually became the monarchs of many European countries like Russia, German, Sweden and Greece. After Prince Albert's death Victoria withdrew from most public appearances for years. She put much effort into planning and building a series of memorials to her husband. During the last decades of her life she once again involved herself in state and political matters. Britai...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Estonia topic

...e Pärnu, Põltsamaa and Pedja rivers. Forests Forest covers around one half of Estonia. The most common types of tree are pine, spruce and birch. The forests are rich in game. The forests contain elk, roe deer, wild boar, beavers, lynxes, bears and wolves. Estonia, along with Finland and Sweden are the countries with the greatest percentage of forest. Forest management and wood production are particularly important for the Estonian economy. Meadows Meadows in Estonia are much richer in different species than western Europe, and in summer foreign tourists travelling around the count...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Art Museum of Estonia

...rooms were refurnished in Estonian national romantic style after the designs of the architect Olev Siinmaa. From 1946 until 1991 the palace housed the main building of the Art Museum of Estonia. Due to the deterioration of the building, large restoration works were started. The government of Sweden supported the works that lasted over 9 years, with 21 million Swedish kronor. On July 22, 2000 the Kadriorg Art Museum, branch of the Art Museum of Estonia, was opened in the renovated palace. Besides exhibitions, concerts, theatre performances and receptions, as well as lectures, tours and introdu...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Estonia topic

Introduction Estonia, officially the Republic of Estonia (Estonian: Eesti or Eesti Vabariik) is a country in the Baltic region of Northern Europe. It is bordered to the north by Finland across the Gulf of Finland, to the west by Sweden across the Baltic Sea, to the south by Latvia (343 km), and to the east by the Russian Federation (338,6 km). The territory of Estonia covers 45,227 km² and is influenced by a temperate seasonal climate. The Estonians are a Finnic people closely related to the Finns, with the Estonian language s...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Australia

...nancial support for the duration of your travels. Be from one of the following countries : Belgium, Canada, Republic of Cyprus, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Hong Kong, Republic of Ireland, Italy, Japan, Republic of Korea, Malta, Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, Taiwan and United Kingdom. The WHV allows you to live and work for a period of up to 12 months. However, conditions apply regarding work. You are permitted to work only up to 6 months for each employer. Application costs are usually approximately AU $230. You can also study for up to 4 months, ...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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My Town

...ad developed into a well-known trading centre by the 15th, century. A century later its population of 7,000-8,000 made it one of the biggest cities in northern Europe. Unfortunately, prosperity did not last long due to the weakening of the Hanseatic League, epidemics, hunger and wars. Sweden finally managed to take control of the whole of Estonia in 1629. Though hard times continued, the period that followed is known as the good old Swedish era': foundations were laid for the Estonian school system, the privileges of the nobility were curtailed, local peasants were granted the ri...

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European Union

...rmany and France 1973 ­ Great Britain, Ireland and Denmark 1981 ­ Greece 1986 ­ Spain and Portugal 1990 ­ Rest of Germany 1995 ­ Austria, Finland and Sweden 2004 ­ Estonia, Latvia, Lithuania, Poland, Hungary, Czech, Slovakia, Slovenia, Maltese and Cyprus 2007 ­ Romania and Bulgaria No member state has ever left the Union, although Greenla...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Tallinn

... Order of contents: 1.Introduction 2.Toompea 3.Lower Town 4.Kadriorg and Pirita 5.Museums 1. Introduction Tallinn, the capital of Estonia, lies on the Baltic Sea. It is on almost the same latitude east St. Petersburg in Russia, Stockholm in Sweden and Stavanger in Norway, and covers 158 sq km. Tallinn was first marked on a map of the world by the Arab geographer al-Idrisi in 1154, its name then being Kolyvan (probably derived from the name Kalev). In the 13th-century Chronicle of Henricus de Lettis the town was called Lyndanise. Later came...

inglise teaduskeel - Põhikool
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Estonia

...ere it is?  Republic of Estonia is a state in the Baltic region of Northern Europe .It is bordered to the north by the Finland, to the west by the Baltic Sea, to the south by Latvia (343 km), and to the east by lake Peipus  and Russia (338.6 km). Across the Baltic Sea lies Sweden in the west and  Finland in the north. Towns Tallinn is the capital and the largest city of Estonia. It lies on the northern coast of Estonia, along the Gulf of Finland. There are 33 cities and several town-parish towns in the country. In total, there are 47 linna, with ...

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Estonia

...ially the Republic of Estonia is a country in Northern Europe. It is the smallest of the three Baltic countries. Estonia has land borders with Latvia (339 km) to the south and Russia (229 km) to the east. It is separated from Finland in the north by the narrow Gulf of Finland and from Sweden in the west by the Baltic Sea. Estonia has been a member of the European Union since May 1, 2004 and of the NATO since March 29, 2004. The area of Estonia is about 45000 square kilometres and the population is about 1.4 million people. The capital of Estonia is Tallinn and the official la...

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Life in Estonia through the eyes of an economics student

...es the connections, networks and possible trading options. Close connections and pendulum migration have tightened the cooperation between the countries. For instance, Estonia and Finland have developed common economic space. Right now Estonia's most important trading partners are Finland, Sweden, Russia and Germany which Estonia is mainly influenced by. Maintaining good relations between neighboring countries and being a member of EU has opened the possibility not only for good trading business but also to take the opportunities to travel and work abroad more easily improving Estonians...

Inglise keel - Tallinna Tehnikaülikool
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Topic - Estonia

...e mid-fourteenth century the Danes sold their possessions in North Estonia to the Livonian Order ­ a religious fraternity of German crusaders. In 1523 Tallinn became a member of the mercantile Hanseatic League. As a result of the long period of wars between Old Livonia, Russia, Sweden, Denmark and Poland, Sweden gained control of Estonia. The times under the Swedish crown between the Livonian War and the Northern War are remembered in Estonian folklore as the Good Old Swedish Times. Russia conquered Estonia in the Great Northern War (1700-1721). The Russians ruled for two cen...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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TheCodeBreakers

...an activity once condemned by churchly authorities, but also went on to become the only man in history to use cryptanalytic talents to procure ecclesiastical rewards. Within two years, he had been named rector of Barton, Bedfordshire, for solving more than 300 pages of cipher that exposed Sweden's attempt to foment an uprising in England. He virtually guaranteed his future when he testified before the House of Lords in 1723. Here, Francis Atterbury, Bishop of Rochester, was being tried by his peers for attempting to set a pretender on the English throne. The pretender's cause ex...

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