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Ameerika ühendriigid

Tallinn English College Topic The United States of America Form Tallinn 2005 Introduction The United States of America is a very big country. Its territory is about 9.4 million square kilometres and its population is more than 260 million people, 12% of them are the Afro-Americans. It is the world's third-largest country by size and by population. The population density is about 27 peopl...

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Education

Why does a school need all three statements, addressing vision, values and mission? Lewis Coser gives the rationale for this. Coser declares: "The greater the structural or cultural diversity of those who unite in a coalition, the more their interests other than in the immediate purpose are likely to be divergent if not antagonistic." The value of this statement will be seen immediately by anyone who has been involved in a multicultural environment. Groups differ in their interests. When the differences are due culturalracial diversity, the greater will be the potential for antagonism within the group. A homogeneous group, in terms of race and clas...

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Fridrick douglass

Douglass was a firm believer in the equality of all people, whether black, female, American Indian, or recent immigrant. He spent his entire life advocating the brotherhood of all humankind. One of his favorite quotations was: "I would unite with anybody to do right and with nobody to do wrong." Life as a slave Frederick Augustus Washington Bailey, who later became known as Frederick Douglass, was born a slave in Talbot County, Maryland near Hillsboro. He was separated from his mother, Harriet Bailey, when he was still an infant. She died when Douglass was about 7. The identity of Douglass' father is obscure; Douglass originally stated that his father was a white man, perhaps his ma...

Kirjandus - Keskkool
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Pariis ja Notre Dame

Ta asub Põhja-Prantsusmaal Seine'i jõe ääres Ile-de- France'i regioonis. Pariisi halduspiirides on hinnanguline rahvaarv umbes 2153600. Pariisi linnaalal( unite urbaine), mis ületab ka halduspiirid ja mille elanikkond on 9,93 miljonit, toimub pidev linna kasv. Linnaala ümber asuvad pendelrände piirkonnad lõpetavad Parii...

Kunstiajalugu - Keskkool
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Islam

Islamic tradition holds that Jews and Christians distorted the revelations God gave to these prophets by either altering the text, introducing a false interpretation, or both. Islam includes many religious practices. Adherents are generally required to observe the Five Pillars of Islam, which are five duties that unite Muslims into a community. In addition to the Five Pillars, Islamic law (sharia) has developed a tradition of rulings that touch on virtually all aspects of life and society. This tradition encompasses everything from practical matters like dietary laws and banking to warfare. Almost all Muslims belong to one of two major denominations, the Sunni and Shi'a. The schism developed in the late 7th century following disagreements over the reli...

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An essay about football

In every four years the world cup is held and every year regional cups are held. Rules are update and followed by FIFA(Federal International Football Association. The game needs good teamwork and skills with a standard size 5 ball. The goal ist o get the ball in the oponents goal and defend your own. Players are allowed to use any part of...

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Topic - Great Britain

Introduction The official name of Great Britain is `the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland (or short United Kingdom)' The population is about 60.4 million. The capital is London. Other biggest cities include Birmingham, Bristol, Portsmouth, Glasgow and Swansea. English is the main language of Great Britain, but Welsh is officially recognized in Wales and Gaelic in Scotland. 2. Geographical position The British Isles is the geographical term for a group of about 5000 islands off the...

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Topic - USA

Tallinn English College Topic The United States of America Tallinn 2007 1. Introduction The United States of America's territory is over 3.7 million square miles (over 9.6 million km²) and population more than 300 million people. The capital city is Washington D.C. Although the United States has no official language at the federal lev...

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U.S.A

Its territory is about 9.4 million square kilometres and its population is more than 260 million people, 12% of them are the Afro-Americans. It is the world's third-largest country by size and by population. The population density is about 27 people per square kilometre. Most of the people live in towns. There are 50 states in America. The biggest of the state is Texas, next by size are California, A...

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Komad inglise keeles

(When you use just the month and the year, no comma is necessary after the month or year: "The average temperatures for July 1998 are the highest on record for that month.") 10. Use a comma to shift between the main discourse and a quotation. John said without emotion, "I'll see you tomorrow." "I was able," she answered, "to complete the assignment." In 1848, Marx wrote, "Workers of the world, unite !" 11. Use commas wherever necessary to prevent possible confusion or misreading. To George,Harrison had been a sort of idol. Comma Abuse Commas in the wrong places can break a sentence into illogical segments or confuse readers with unnecessary and unexpected pauses. 12. Don't use a comma to separate the subject from the verb. Incorrect:An eighteen-year old in California, is now considered an adult. Incorrect:The most important attribu...

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Prehistory, Saxon invasion and Celtic Kingdoms

The foundation stones The Island ­ Britain has a mild climate due to the Gulf Stream which brings warm waters from the Gulf of Mexico. The northern part of the island in average 5'C cooler and it's mountainous or hilly and that's why the south has been more populated.. Britain became an island only 5000 years BC after the Ice Age ended. Britain's prehistory ­ The first evidence of human life...

British history (suurbritannia... - Keskkool
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Student World Atlas (Maailma atlas)

49 Vegetat ion 89 Un ited States Political 50-51 Environmental Issues: Deforestat ion, Desertification, United States Political Facts 52-53 Acid Rain 89 Un ited State s Physical 54-55 Africa Political 90 Un ited States Physical Facts 56-57 Africa Physical 91 Geographic Featu res...

Geograafia - Keskkool
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Prepositions

suitable for name after suspicious of native of sympathetic with news of take after notice of talk about object to talk into opinion about talk out of opposite of tax on part with thank for pay for think of pessimistic about tired of pleased with trouble with popular with trust in prepare for truth about present with unite in prevent from unkind to protect against unknown to protect from unwilling to protest about use of proud of used to provide with victims of punish for vote for puzzled about warn about qualified for worry about quarrel about wrong with rank among zest for reaction to recover from related to relief from rely on report on respect for responsible for result of rhyme wit...

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Hawaii

State of Hawaii Facts Capital and cityHonolulu Area10,932 square miles Polulation 1,211,537 people Offical languages English,Hawaiian State symbols and Emblems Fla g T h e g re a t s e a l o f Ha wa ii Bird Ne ne T h e Ha wa iia n g o o s e Ma m m a lMo nk s e a l Fis h Hum uh um unukunuku a p ua 'a T h e R e e f trig g...

Inglise keel - Kutsekool
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Canada - history and provinces.

The British renamed the new French-speaking region Quebec. They allowed the French to keep their Roman Catholic religion, civil law system and language, so that they would not try to break away from Britain. From 1775 to 1784, many British came to the former New France area from south. The people in American colonies were fighting for independence and those people who fled north were the one who wanted to remain loyal to Britain (United Empire Loyalists). Britain created two new colonies: New Brunswick and Upper Canada. New Brunswick was created in 1784. Upper Canada became part of Quebec in 1791. Upper Canada was the English-speaking colony and Lower Canada was the French-speaking colony. They were reunited in 1841, called Canada West and Canada East and the capital of them was Montreal. They become provinces of Ontario and Quebec in 1867. Uniting all the Canadian provinces...

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Britain history.

They ruined Londinium, but they were easily turned into Christianity and religion became more and more important. The Vikings, who came in the 9th century, first raided England to plunder it, but then they decided to stay. In the 10th century England fell under Danish Rule, with King Canute finally managing to unite the Anglo-Saxons and Danes at the beginning of 11th century. Medieval England After defeating the Anglo-Saxon King Harold at the Battle of Hastings in 1066, William of Normandy (who became William I, also called William the Conqueror) introduced the Norman feudal system, rewarding his French-speaking followers with land in return for their continued support. French remained the language of the upper classes and administration unti...

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History of the USA.

History. For thousands of years America was unknown to Europe. There lived only the native people, who had come from Siberia many thousand years ago by a land bridge. They had spread over the country, varying enormously from nomadic food gatherers to fishing societies. Then the Vikings visited Canada around AD 1000, but they did not stay. In 1492 Christopher Columbus discovered America while trying to reach India. He...

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Tolerance and Diversity

However, people who are being brought up in countries with wide diversity, are much more tolerant than people who are not. They meet different origins and skin colours while they grow up. They are used to the diversity of the society -- their friends and relatives maybe of another origin. Diversity joins the cultures of people of different origin. Different cultures make the country multifarious and unite the human beings. They can introduce their customs and culture to their fellow countrymen and in the course of time the cultures blend and become one. Yet, this new type of culture has influences on both original cultures. So everybody wins from "diversity'' and receives a new cultural experience. Different people have dissimilar religion. They believe according to their beliefs. Usually people follow their religion and do not tolerate other bel...

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Bob Marley

For the comedian, see Bob Marley (comedian). Bob Marley Bob Marley in concert, Zürich, 1980. Background information Birth name Robert Nesta Marley Also known as Tuff Gong February 6, 1945 Born Nine Mile, Saint Ann Parish, Jamaica May 11, 1981...

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London

King Alfred the Great totally defeated the Danes in 878 and they split the country between them. The Danes took eastern England including London while Alfred took the South and West. Alfred's men took London in 886 and repaired the walls of the old Roman city. In 1016 the Vikings attacked London again but the Saxons fought them off. The attacks ceased when the Danish king Cnut came to power in 1017. Cnut managed to unite the Danes with the Anglo-Saxons, and invited Danish merchants to settle in the city. London prospered under Cnut, but on his death the city reverted to Anglo-Saxon control under Edward the Confessor. He built a wooden palace at Westminster, were the parliament met later. This is why Westminster became the seat of government not the city of London itself. Edward the Confessor also built Westminster Abbey. He ruled until his death in 1065, after...

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