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there on the night when Christopher and about the dog, probably grandson who is the the crime was suggested him to mind because Christopher same age as commited. He was his own business.
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English Myths and Legends

A Wise Wizard and Some Curious Cats · Betws-y-Coed, Conwy, Wales · 1553 ­ 1620 · English Cymraeg language · animals can get up to all kinds of tricks · wickedly playful cats that once frequented an old inn at Betws-y-Coed in Wales A Witch in a Bottle · Dunstable, Bedfordshire, England · 1100 ­ 1200 · Some witches are good, some are bad, some are helpful and others cause trouble. This is the tale of one very troublesome witch. · However, there is no bad deed without a negative response ­ so the witch was put in a bottle That's All Thank u fr listening!

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Where is love there is hapiness

Raido Hiiuväin 11b ,,Where there is love there is hapiness" I think that love is the key to happiness. Very often people think that all kind of material things make them happy, but usually this is wrong. People seem to realise that only then, when they lose a friend or close person. After these situations they become to realise that family, friends and good relationships are the most important. Where there is love there is happiness ­ I totally agree. I think that love can make people feel happy

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Ill be there for you - friends

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There should be no compulsory school subjects

There should be no compulsory school subjects. Students should be allowed to choose subjects they want to study. In school students do not want to learn some subjects, still they have to do it. Some lessons may not like for pupils. For example, students have to learn foreign languages, be in a choir or do psychical educaion even if they do not like it at all. However, should there be compulsory subjects or should there be not? On the one hand, students do not work hard if they are not interested in the subject. Then they just waste their time doing nothing important. Also, if there are the subjects the student wants then there is no more undone homework, distracting or undiscipline. Furthermore, there are many students together wanting to learn the same thing and the associate of them is better. On the other hand some students might only choose easy and few subjects.

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There is something distinctive about every generation

that. But every generation has some differences in them, every generation has something distinctive. Having about four generations living together is something very important, but in these days we tend to forget that. Every generation has something to teach the others, all of them have different experiences, conceptions and ways they like to solve problems. For example the ways people acted fifty years ago may not fit into today's world, but then there are the grandchildren's generation that can show and teach elderly how it is acceptable to do something. And then there are older generations that can remind youngers why it is important to appreciate family relations, remember your relatives and what are real values in life, because in this fast-changing world it is sometimes quite hard to distinguish important from unimportant. Last year was the year of active ageing and solidarity between generations. I think it was very nice initiative

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Inglise keele tõlkimisharjutus

peole. Translate!!! At the end of the month, we are going to have big family celebration. It is very interesting, when everybody gets together. My mother has 3 brothers and although you can see the similarities, they are also quite different. My uncle Tom is the oldest and he is a typical violent parent. He always tries to force my cousins to be more ambitious and he gets wound up, when they don’t get picked into the sportsteam or the school play. And then there is my uncle James. He is a complete opposite. He is a artteacher and he is completely carefree. He never rebukes with his children and he is always relaxed. He wants that everyone discovers their creative side and engages painting or ’’skulptuur’’ or something. Uncle Paul is average and he is very funny. He always tells stories. But he can be a little stubborn and he doesn’t do anything, that he doesn’t want to do. And then there is my mom. She likes when everyone is

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The future seems dark. - 2012

The future seems dark. There have been plenty of ideas discussed about what will happen in 2012. But how do we know which to trust? There's very little legitimate scientific evidence out there to tell us unequivocally what the truth is, so what do we really know? The most important thing to remember when looking into all the theories going around is this: No one knows. Not the Mayan experts, not the conspiracy theorists, not the sceptics. Recently sceptics have used comments from modern day Mayans themselves that 2012 is a hoax, and that no Mayan calendar points to the end of the world on December 21, 2012. This is somewhat misleading

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Essee In war, there are no unwounded soldiers

In war, there are no unwounded soldiers. ­ Jose Narosky If we see a soldier who has returned from the war with no visible injuries we think he got lucky. But in war there is always injuries, even if we can`t see them. This essay will touch upon soldiers who go through death of friends, companions and even enemies which will leave a big hole in their souls, also soldiers who have died in war and have left behind families and in some cases kids who have to grow up with one parent. Not to mention the wounded ones, who will suffer from the actions of the war for the rest of their lives.

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Is there a place for libraries in future?

Is there a place for libraries in future? I think in the past almost everyone liked just to sit in a library and to read good books. But what do young people think about libraries today? Millions of people around the world enjoy reading and in my opinion it will continue. I am convinced that we will always need in a library. Since childhood people learn to read, have fun and play, study and do homework at libraries. There are so many very great books, and every year their number increases. May be someday people will even start building libraries on the water. Then we could not only read books but also rest and travel. On the other hand libraries could be built for example as hotel. Surely this library will be very popular. May be people would live there until you read the book through. Accordingly you will not have to carry books here and there and it is one more reason to think about building this library.

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Do beauty contests serve a purpose in present society

Different people are good at different things. Some people are excellent swimmers, some play baseball, some can draw, sing, dance or are extremely smart. But then there are also people whose talent is to be unbelieveably beautiful. Everybody wants to be the best at what they like to do. For developing people attend competitions. Some of the competitions can be useful for bigger amount of people than only for them who compeed COMPETITORS ON SEE SÕNA. For example smart people try to create a new cure for some scary illness. The winner manages to do that and everybody is happy and there are more healthy people in the world. But then there are also sports

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My area

Homework I live in Muuga, it's about 13km from the city center. Muuga belongs to city Maardu, it is like a little village between Maardu and Pirita and Lasnamäe. Here in Muuga, there are many little cottages and detached houses with yards. It is a very quiet and calm village. We have here only 3 food-shops, two really small ones and a bigger one ,,Maxima". Here is also being built a kindergarden. Near here we have a little staying place, something like a motel. We have a bus from the center, it takes nearly 35 minutes to get from the center to Muuga. Bus comes every 17-25 minutes, so it is quite comfortable. A lot of place to walk, go jogging and ride a bike.

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Food economics

Land is a scarce source Cannot be increased. Urbanisation, demand of nature areas. Certain amount of farmland is abandoned each year. (erosion, accumulation of salt, desertification.) Agricultural production has increased but not agricultural area. E. Roosaar 4/10/19 13 Summary Special conditions for food are distinctive. One condition can affect another. There are many fluctuations in production. We cannot speed up or slow down production due to natural condtions. E. Roosaar 4/10/19 14 Terminology Fluctuation (n)- muutus Livestock production (n)- kariloomade tootmine To disperse (v)- hajutama Scarce (adj)- haruldane Pivotal (adj)- pöördeline Efficiency (n)- jõudlus Stock (n)- laovaru E

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There is no such thing as a totally sustainable tourism

Adventure Tourism Project Management Madli Tuvike There is no such thing as a totally sustainable tourism (Swarbrooke, 1999). Tourism as one of the leading industries in the world is contributing to sustainable development (Mintel, 2005). Tourism needs to cope with changing world and world order, also trends that are occurring. Sustainable tourism is one rising industry in tourism market. Swarbroke (1999) and David (2011) are suggesting that sustainable tourism and sustainability is taking wider part in tourism industry

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Inglise keele süntaksi mõisted/ English syntax

Cold, large, violent, beautiful... Adverbs are used to modify a verb, and adjective, or another adverb. Slowly, quickly, softly, suddenly, gradually... Prepositions typically come before a noun. Across, after, at, before, by, during, from, into, in... Conjunctions are used to express a connection between words. And, but, or... Formulaic expressions are used to express greetings, farewells, thanks, or apologies. Bye, excuse me, thanks... Existential there often comes at the start of a sentence. There is a fly in my soup. Phrase is larger than individual word, but smaller than sentence.

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There should be compulsory school subjects. Students should be allowed to choose the subjects they want to study. Do you agree?

There should be compulsory school subjects. Students should be allowed to choose the subjects they want to study. Do you agree? Essay There are many different subjects in school. Most of them are compulsory. Students have to learn them, even if they are not interested. Perhaps they should be allowed to choose subjects that they want to study. On one hand I think that subjects shoudn't be compulsory in high school because peolple should concentrate on the subjects that will be useful for them in the future. For example: for a person who wants to study Polish philology, maths and physics may not be important

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Do live in the countryside or in the city? essay

Essay Do live in the countryside or in the city? At the time I am living with my mother in the countryside. I am eighteen years old and when I finish school I want to be independent and live on my own. People say that when you live in the countryside you are living the easy life. I agree but physically it is very exhausting. You have to work hard to keep the house and yard clean. When you have a farm there is no lack of work and you always have your hands in the soil. At least there is always some action. Although living in the countryside has few bad sides, I am sure rural life stays always in my heart. To me country life has more pros than cons. If you are a maverick which I am then living in the countryside has the privacy what you need. Also you can grow your own vegetables and fruits when you live in the countryside. I think any fruit or vegetable which is

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3 Energy Dividends You Can Still Trust

3 Energy Dividends You Can Still Trust This has been a bad year for energy dividends, but there are still a few out there that investors can still trust. With the price of oil recently hitting a sevenyear low and natural gas now at a 14 year low, there has been a deep impact on the cash flows at oil and gas companies. Many don't have enough money coming in to drill the required number of new wells needed to maintain their production rates, let alone any left over to pay shareholders a steady dividend. This has resulted in the reduction or suspension of a countless number of energyrelated dividends. All that said, there are a few energy dividends that investors can still trust. Here are

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In todays society there`s a huge problem with waste and global warming.

4/14/2019 Nimetu dokument - Google'i dokumendid Essay In todays society there`s a huge problem with waste and global warming. Many oh those problems come from us not thinking about what our actions do to the environment. Hazardous waste comes from factories that produce stuff that we really don`t need. We use private cars just to go to the supermarket but we could just take the buss or walk wich is much more environment friendly. The one that we do the most is leaving rubbish around that doesn`t turn into compost. We should save energy by just turning off the electic appliances when we don`t use them. When going to the store we should bring our own canvas bags or just reuse old plastic bags. Reducing the damage to the env...

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If you could visit three places..

If you could visit three places anywhere in the world, where would you go and what would you do there? If I could visit three places in the world, I think I'd choose civilized places in Europe, America and Australia rather than exotic locations. I've been to abroad and I like travelling. Firstly I would like to go to America. If I had to choose, I'd probably go to San Francisco. There are a lot of sights: Golden Gate Bridge, the Conservatory of Flowers in Golden Gate Park, Alcatraz, City Hall, Chinatown, Museum of Modern Art and AT&T Park, where I could watch the baseball match of San Francisco Giants. Secondly I'd like to visit Australian city Sydney. I'd certainly go to the Sydney Opera House, the Sydney Harbour Bridge, the Town Hall, Taronga Zoo and sunbathe on the beautiful beaches. My third and final choice is European city in Italy Venice. It's popular with

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School uniform pros and cons

All the childrens would be dressed in the same way and as a result it would cut out a school bullying, which is often used, because some children do not have money to buy expensive and fashionable clothes and they are bullied because of that. Children would not have to think about what to wear in the morning and parents save time taking children shopping and spending extra money. Children will be that much less focused on appearance and more on learning. However school uniforms are good there is some disadvantages too. For example children can not show their character, which is often based on clothing. Some school uniform may be more expensive than oridnary clothes and it is will make financial problems for poor families. All in all, I think that school uniforms are useful and children can not make fun of them because their parents could not afford to buy them the newest trendy garment.

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Are student organizations beneficial for students?

Are student organizations beneficial for students? This essay will deal with the following aspects of the question „Are student organizations beneficial for students?“. It is noticeable that student organizations are quite popular subject right now. Topical issue is that there may be different opinion about how beneficial student organizations for students really are. Student organizations usefulness could be disputable, beacause there are always postive and negative side to everything. One the one hand it appears that some students might support and think that student organizations are really advantageous for them and others do not support that idea. For example many stundents might complain about that sudent organizations are full of politics and assuming that they do not consider it necessary and beneficial to join any of them. It

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Kordamine Geograagia kontrolltööks- 8.klass

1. What is a biome? A biome is a large area of distinctive plants and animals, which are adapted to that environment. The climate and geography determines which type of biome can exist there. 2. Using the map describe the distribution of the biome (tropical rainforest/tropical deciduous forest). Tropical rainforest ­ South America, Africa (Madagaskar), Asia. Tropical deciduous forest ­ South America, Asia, Australia 3. Compare the climates (tropical rainforest/tropical deciduous forest). Tropical rainforest is wetter than tropical deciduous forest. Both of these biomes have a warm climate all year long. Tropical deciduous forest has a well defined dry and a wet

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There should be a complete ban on the advertising of dangerous products like cigarettes and alcohol

affected by them. It can clearly be seen that such adverts are only useful for the companies who gain money from new "addicts". Since new smokers increase pollution and make streets full of cigarette packs then it's very bad for people who want to live a good life on our planet. Because of all that I totally agree on a complete ban on the advertising of dangerous products. It wouldn't affect old users, but could help to prevent other people from starting. I think there should also be a ban on advertising of hygienic products, because this is something people should also choose themselves, without any help of strange advertisements.

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The Most Influential Figures in British History

The Most Influential Figures in British History There are many important historical figures, who have helped shape Britain into what it is today. In my opinion Elizabeth I, Queen Victoria and Winston Churchill are the ones who stand out and have had the biggest impact on British history. Firstly, Elizabeth I made a great impression on British history as she kept England from major wars during her reign, the kingdom expanded and she supported culture. The rule

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All studied biomes

It stretches over Eurasia and North America. The taiga is located near the top of the world, just below the tundra biome. The winters in the taiga are very cold with only snowfall. The summers are warm, rainy, and humid. Some of the animals in the taiga hibernate in the winter, some fly south if they can, while some just cooperate with the environment. GrasslandsGrassland biomes can be found in the middle latitudes. They can have either moist continental climates or dry subtropical climates. There are two different types of grasslands; tall-grass, which are humid and very wet, and short-grass, which are dry, with hotter summers and colder winters than the tall-grass prairie. In the winter, grassland temperatures can be as low as -40° F, and in the summer it can be as high 70° F. There are two real seasons: a growing season and a dormant season. Deciduos forest The average annual temperature in a deciduous forest is 50° F. The average rainfall is 30 to 60 inches a year

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Estonians and their habits

peculiar in its own way. For example, Italians are very impulsive. French people don't like the British. Germans are pedantic. Russians are generous, but lazy. What about Estonians? In Estonia when a stranger on a street smiles at you, you can assume that: he is either drunk, insane, from another country or all of the above. Estonians don't smile too often. Estonians are not very talkative either. In Estonian schools teachers have stopped asking their students "Are there any questions?" It is especially hard to keep a conversation flowing with an Estonian when you don't know each other very well. I tried to make a conversation with an Estonian classmate of mine once (whom I didn't know very well) and it sounded like that: Me: So... what did you do during your holidays? Classmate: Went skiing. Me: Cool! Did you go there with your family? Classmate: Yeah. Me: And how was the snow? Classmate: Fine.

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Schools should provide computers for students to use for...

Schools should provide computers for students to use for all their school subjets Nowadays we are making a step up into the era of IT. Everything is becoming computerized. Is there a way to not overuse technics? Now the question is: "Should schools provide computers for students to use for all their school subjects?" I strongly believe that schools should have modern computers but there is no need in using them for all the subjects. Firstly, sitting in front of a computer screen all day can be damaging for students' health, especially sight. As a result, children can feel more exhausted after school than they do now. It can also have a negative effect on students' moods. In addition, providing computers for students to use for all the subjects in Estonia is unreasonable. I am trying to say that many schools have more urgent problems than low level of computerizing

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What are pros and cons of keeping fit?

What are pros and cons of keeping fit? In the first place there are a lot of ways to keep fit. The most important advantage is that you find an activity that you enjoy doing and that you stick with it. There is a variety of things you can do. You can run, walk, swim, bike, go hiking, do athletics, lots of different methods for keeping fit. It is often suggested to go dancing. Dancing is a very good aerobic activity, requires physical liveliness and burns a lot of calories. One point of view in favour of that you have enough energy to do these activities that you actually enjoy doing to keep your body fit. Therefore, following a healthy diet means ensuring that you eat when you are hungry, you

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Friends with benefits

Friends with benefits Friends with Benefits is a 2011 American romantic comedy film directed by Will Gluck. The main caracters are Jamie Rellis (Mila Kunis) and Dylan Harper (Justin Timberlake). It was made in Castle Rock Entertainment, Zucker Productions and Olive Bridge Productions. The film was released July 22, 2011 and is 109 minutes long. Jamie is an executive recruiter for a leading job agency in New York City and Dylan works as an art director for a small internet company in Los Angeles. Jamie has the task of trying to recruit Dylan to interview for a job with GQ magazine and begin working in New York City. Dylan comes to New York and after interviewing for the position learns from Jamie that he has been given an offer to work for GQ. At first Dylan is hesitant to accept and move from Los Angeles to New York, but in an effort to get Dylan to accept the job Jamie spends the e...

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Different nations

Different nations. There has always been a moving and mixing of people, caused by different reasons. As a result of this process people now have mixed cultures and many cultural conflicts. It should be easy and good to live in a town full on different cultures, but it may cause some trouble to. Countries with rich diversity usually do not have a race problem.Small countries with only one or two nationalities can be the centre of such problem.The people in these countries do not have any experiences with other origins people, because they aren't used to it. When they see, for example, a black-skinned person ,they start whispering.However, people who grew up in countries with wide diversity, are much more tolerant. They meet different origins and skin colours every day. Different cultures make the country interesting place to live.They can introduce their customs and culture to others and in time the c...

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Reasons why people work

Reasons why people work In today's society it is known that people work because they need money to live. As Leonardo da Vinci said " God sells us all things at the price of labour " and unfortunately it tends to be true. However, there are still some of the other reason why people work. As Mothet Teresa said " Work without love is slavery" and fortunately there are many people in world who work because they love what they do. For example artists, musicians and actors do not earn a lot of money, however they can give the world something we need- entertainment. In addition to musicians, actors, and artists there are many other sincere, thoughtful and open-minded people who find time in addition to their daily work to help those who need help giving food to homeless people, helping children who are left without parents and

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Pros and Cons of Homeschooling

Pros and Cons of Homeschooling Hello! My name is Sander and today I talk about Homeschooling. Homeschooling is becoming more popular every day, with a growth rate of 7 percent per year. There are about two million children currently learning at home. Homeschooled kids do well on standardized tests and are welcome at colleges and universities. Pros: Individual teaching attention Continuous population growth is leading to overcrowded schools in many areas. Add this to the recent economic struggles, with many schools laying off teachers or closing altogether. This means that teachers are more overwhelmed than ever, often handling

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Esitlus: Fountains

Eesti maaülikool Põllumajandus- ja keskkonnainstituut ANTIQUE GARDEN ORNAMENT: fountains Kadi Mõttus Tartu 2011 Book what I use: Israel, Barbara ,,Antique garden ornament: two centuries of american taste" 256 pages LR tehnikakirjanduse Barbara osak. 21p Israel 712.2 ISR Fountain pros: · Most compelling of garden ornaments · Make viewer think how it works · Beauty · Musical sound · The play of light Compelling ­ mõjuv The idea comes from... ... crops irrigation! Ornamental fountains variations: · Freestanding tazza-form · Shallow · Bowl Shallow - madal Ornamental fountains variations: · The wall-mounted · Semiattached water ensemble · Fountain figure Another ornamental fountain variation: · The grotto Thomas Jefferson (1743 ­ 1826) · Plan for a naturalistic grot...

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The factors Estonian students consider important when choosing a job

To: Ms Johanson From: Mari Mets Subject: The factors Estonian students consider important when choosing a job Introduction The aim of this report is to analyse the results of two surveys into the information about which factors Estonian students consider important when choosing a job. The two surveys were carried out in 2005 and 2013. At the end of the report there are some possible reasons for the changes. Grow of importance To start with, the importance had grown 14% for the pay, 15% for the work atmosphere and 20% for work/life balance. The pay has stayed the same in the ranking of importance but the ranking of work/life balance has dropped from fourth to second place. Fall of importance In contrast, the importance of job security has fallen by 22% and job content by 16%. They

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My ideal house

My ideal house I would like to live in a place where there are some mountains with snow on top of them and a sea nearby because i like beaches and mountains. My house would be in the middle of them, so i could see the sea from one side and the mountains from the other side of the house. The house would have two floors and a basement because that's all i need. On the first floor, there would be the living room with a big tv and some antique furniture, the kitchen, also with antique style oven and etc. A bathroom with a large bathtub and sauna, plus there would be a porch looking towards the sea. On the second floor, there would be at least four bedrooms where my family/children would sleep. One of the bedrooms would be for guests. There would also be a second bathroom. All the rooms on the second floor would be decorated with some antiquity in mind

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Importance of Packaging in Logistics Essay

Importance of Packaging in Logistics Packaging is important for effective damage protection, not only in the warehouses but also during transportation. Packaging is especially important to the logistics manager. The size, shape and type of packaging will influence handling and will affect warehouse operations. One of the most important tasks of the logistics manager is to co-ordinate the size of packaging with warehousing and with transportation. The reason why it is so important is that many companies design packages that are too wide or too high for efficient use. Furthermore, packaging must prevent goods from arriving in a damaged condition, because damaged good are likely to lower future sales. Adequate protection also means protecting products from contamination resulting from contact with other goods, water damage, temperature changes, pilferage, and shocks in handling and transport. A very important packag...

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Book report/review "The Snow Child"

The author was inspired by the Russian fairytale Snegurotska while writing her debut novel. story takes place in Alaska 1920's and it talks about a couple, Jack and Mabel, who decide to make a snow girl out of snow. The next day the snow girl has become a real human being. Before Jack and Mable were living in Alaska they were living in Pennsylvania. They moved to Alaska to get away from the family, because they had lost their first child. It was hard for Mabel to recover there, because there were children around all the time. In Alaska they were living a very isolated life - no neighbours, no friends. In addition, at that time there did not exist such things as food shops, so they had to hunt all their food. Life was quite hard in Alaska and I am not so sure that it had a good influence on Jack and Mable, however it changed their life in a positive way. I believe that the decision to move to Alaska brought the couple closer and made them stronger.

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Chocolate addiction

Chocolate addiction Anete Samelselg 2015 What is this addiction A person who is addicted to chocolate is called chocoholic. A chocoholic is a person who craves chocolate. There is some medical evidence to support the existence of actual addiction to chocolate. However, the term is mostly used loosely or humorously to describe a person who is inordinately fond of chocolate. The chocolate addiction happens mostly with women because they eat more emotionally than men. Why do people get addicted to it The essential components of addiction are intense craving for something, loss of control over the use of it, and continued use despite negative consequences. Studies

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How to deal with water shortage problems?

How to deal with water shortage problems? Water covers more than 70% of the Earth's surface and it is the most valuable resource in the world. We need water to live on this planet otherwise life on Earth wouldn't be possible. Many countries suffer from water shortages. There is no fresh water for people usage. It's actually a major problem in the world but what can we do to decrease this? Firstly, people need to realise that there are many other people in the world who does not have accessibility to water. We can decrease it by not wasting water on pointless things for example long showers and watering flowers outside the house. By doing this we will economize water and it may be possible for other people to use fresh water as well. Secondly, it is really important to keep the water fresh and clean but many factories let their sewage into the groundwater which can cause a pollution and the lack of fresh water around

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The Vikings

to the mid11th century. The Vikings came from three countries of Scandinavia: Denmark, Norway and Sweden. The Viking age in European history was about AD 700 to 1100. During this period many Vikings left Scandinavia and travelled to other countries, such as Britain and Ireland. Some went to fight and steal treasure. Others settled in new lands as farmers, craftsmen or traders. ships There were two distinct classes of Viking ships: the longship and the knarr. The longship is characterized as a graceful, long, narrow, light, wooden boat with a shallow draft hull designed for speed. Typically, a longship is narrower, longer, and shallower than a knarr, and is powered by oars. It is completely open and is built for speed and maneuverability. The knarr was a cargo ship, the hull was wider, deeper and

Kirjandus → Inglise kirjandus
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All the world's a puzzle;arutlev kirjand

dive into the frozen ocean of realistic life of the adulthood without getting any scratches. And, since we're all really eager to learn new things from our English textbooks, I'm sure that one day we'll be able to perfectly complete that dive and be happy, enjoying every single day like it's the last one we'll ever see (not considering 2012). Well, after chapter one there'll be chapter two ­ however, aren't we forgetting about something? Of cause we're not ­ there are going to be lovely tests somewhere in the middle of the two chapters! They'll be including everything we've learned so far, and, it's just a hypothesis though, there is a slight chance that there's going to be a last-minute surprise in the test. Isn't that just fantastic? The classroom's air is going to filled with quiet sighs of furious students who'd already had seven tests during the week. They are begging for this surprise to

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What are the Estonians like?

What are the Estonians like? Estonia is a very small country, therefore its population is quite small. We, Estonians, are very friendly and care about each other. When our country is going through rough times , we stick together and try to go through them as one . There aren't many riots in our country, because we aren't violent people. We like to stay quiet, so only a few of us have the courage to say their opinion out loud. Estonians have quite good manners. We say hi to each other and we often say sorry, even if our acts aren't so bad. There are also many gentlemen in Estonia, who open doors for women and make a lot of compliments. I really like that, because one opened door or one little compliment can make your mood for the entire day.

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A lamb to the slaughter

The room was warm and clean, the curtains drawn, the two table lamps alight - hers and the one by the empty chair opposite. On the sideboard behind her, two tall glasses, soda water, whiskey. Fresh ice cubes in the Thermos bucket. Mary Maloney was waiting for her husband to come him (correction: home) from work. Now and again she would glance up at the clock, but without anxiety, merely to please herself with the thought that each minute gone by made it nearer the time when he would come. There was a slow smiling air about her, and about everything she did. The drop of a head as she bent over her sewing was curiously tranquil. Her skin - for this was her sixth month with child - had acquired a wonderful translucent quality, the mouth was soft, and the eyes, with their new placid look, seemed larger darker than before. When the clock said ten minutes to five, she began to listen, and a few moments later, punctually as always, she heard the tires on the gravel outside, and the car door

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Brexit (inglise keelne)

One of the ideas introduced in the Brexit campaign was that they wouldn’t have to pay the EU membership fees. As a matter of fact, in 2018 the UK had to pay the EU £20 billion before the abatement (the reduction of some nuisances) was applied, which was then about £4.5 billion. Because of the European Union regulations, about £4.5 billion more was shared between the UK's public and private sectors. That left them with £11 billion in membership payments. So that means, there would be about £11 billion more to spend on the UK's own needs. As Johnson promised, about £350 million a week which sums up to £18 million a year would go to the National Health Service. According to the National Institute of Economic and Social Research, if the UK opted not to leave, its economy would’ve grown annually by £70 billion in the long term, which is a lot more than what Mr. Prime Minister admitted to allocating for the NHS. Judging by

Politoloogia → Euroopa liit
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Pildi kirjelduse märksõnad(Inglise keel)

1) Describe the photo!! · Describe what you can see and what is happening in the photos. · Say where it's happening: ie on the left/right, at the bottom/top, in the middle,behind, in front · Use Present Continuous. What are they doing? · What clothes are they wearing? · What's the weather like? · Are they inside or outside? · Use adjectives. Do they look happy, sad, angry bored, tired? · How does the photo make you feel? · Would you like to be there? Why/Why not? 2)Comparing and contrasting photos!! · Similarities; all, most, some, both..also, as well, too · Differences; ..but/however/whereas/while/on the other hand.. Although.. 3)Speculate about the situation!! Use may/might/must/could/can't be... He seems to/appears to be.. 4)Give your reaction!! I'd love/hate do to that! It looks great/dangerous/awful! It makes me want to try/ go there.. It wouldn't suit me.

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Australia esitlus

Austalia Sydney Opera House Harbour Bridge More

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What is the best age to be?

What is the best age to be? The question we all may ask ourselves time and time again. What is the best age to be? In my opinion there is not a best age and because of that is a question that will always be left unanswered. The life span approach emphasizes developmental change is throughout adulthood as well as childhood. As a 18 year old female I cannot really choose a specific age group that would be best in the life in every aspect, because I have not yet reached certain age periods of my life span development. All ages have great and bad things. When you are a child your freedom is limited and it mostly

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Essay, letter unit 8, 150 words

Dear Colleagues, Nimi Rühm Unit 8 I am writing to you with a big problem. In our company some persones dont get a Email from me. I've got a lot of feedbacks, where you some of you said about : Why I didnt get a email, if half of them got. So now a little bit more about email's. I wrote down some tips: If the email didn't come to you ­ CHECK Spam box. Susan has found out that all my emails are exactly in spam box. Another thing can be that your given address is old and you have been changed it to new one, it means come to my office and lets check together your information. Because I figured out that Michel and Sandra used a new email, but I had an old one. Hope that this tips will help you ...

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Tegusõna BE. Lihtminevik was-were

We, you, they Are We are happy(Me oleme õnnelikud) They are rich.( Nad on rikkad) Tegusõnal BE (olema) on olevikus kolm vormi. Lihtminevikus kasutatakse ainsuse vormi was, mitmuses aga vormi were I, he, she, it Was We, you, they were Jaatav lause Küsiv lause Eitav lause I was there. Ma olin seal Was I there? I was not there. You were there Te olite seal Were you there? You were not there. He was there. Ta oli seal Was he there? He was not there. It was there. See oli seal Was it there? It was not there. We were there. Me olime Were we there? We were not there. seal Olevikus have, has

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