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Sandrigham house

The First World War sowed death and destruction even in sleepy Sandringham. On 19 January 1915 Zeppelin L45 crossed the North Sea on the first raid of the war, and several bombs landed on and around the Royal estate. One of the craters filled with water; King George VI later had it enlarged and turned into a duck pond. Like many villages , towns and communities across Britain, the community of the estate suffered its own wartime tragedy. The Sandringham Company was wiped out in the Battle of Gallipoli in August 1915. Trapped in a field which suddenly burst into flames, possibly due to a stray shell, the entire company was killed. In 1920 King George V, Queen Alexandra and Queen Mary unveiled a cross and tablet on the greensward outside Sandringham Church, bearing the name...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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USA ajalugu

Such as the Tingits, the Nootka, the Yurok and many more. Indigenous people mostly fished, because there vas a vast stock of fish. But they also relied upon agriculture, hunting and trapping. They built stable villages , and lived either in birchcovered wigwams or in rectangular longhouses. Later the indigenous people were called indians, by Christopher Columbus who thought that he had reached to India. COLONIAL AMERICA As far as people know were the Vikings first European settlers to visit America. but in 1492, an Italian sailor called Christopher Columbus reached southern America when he was looking for a sea route from Europe to India. He i...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Guyana

There is an abundance of fresh fruits, vegetables and seafood on the coast. Most people use fresh fruit to make their own beverages, which are called "local drink." Fresh fish and seafood are an integral part of the food of the rural areas and small villages along the coast. They also like a crab soup. Guyana plays international cricket as a part of the West Indies cricket team, and the Guyana team plays first class cricket against other nations of the Caribbean. Guyana played host to international cricket matches as part of the 2007 Cricket World Cup. But they also play a softball cricket and football. The minor sports are netball, rounders, lawn tennis, basketball, table tennis, boxing, squ...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Thailand

From the stupa-studded mountains of Mae Hong Son and the verdant limestone islands of the Andaman Sea, to the pulse-pounding dance clubs of Bangkok and the tranquil villages moored along the Mekong River, Thailand offers something for every type of traveller. By far the best time to visit is between November and February when the weather is kind and the beaches are at their finest. This period is Thailand's main season for national and regional festivals. The peak season is November to late March, with secondary peak months in July and August. Kingdom of Thailand Ruler: King Bhumibol Adulyadej (1946) La...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Scotland

It is believed that the first post-glacial groups of hunter-gatherers arrived in Scotland around 12,800 years ago, as the ice sheet retreated after the last glaciation. Groups of settlers began building the first known permanent houses on Scottish soil around 9,500 years ago, and the first villages around 6,000 years ago. The well-preserved village of Skara Brae on the Mainland of Orkney dates from this period. Neolithic habitation, burial and ritual sites are particularly common and well-preserved in the Northern Isles and Western Isles, where lack of trees led to most structures being built of local stone. Roman influence The written protohistory of Scotland began with the arrival of the Roman Empire in southern and central Great...

Uurimistöö - Keskkool
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Giving opinion

... their employers don't pay them a living wage. It's a scandal, because many pizza parlours, pubs and burger bars are really being subsidized by the Government. It's perfect for short-outings - boat trips around the islands and visits to show-piece villages such as Sigtuna. It's wrong to leave hospital patients without doctors and nurses. Likewise, strikes among teachers can severely disrupt the education of our children. They're ideal for people who really want to relax and live life at a slower pace. 4.3 Expressing certainty According to government statistics, waiting lists are coming down. Actually, Esperanto is closer to European languages...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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The Inchcape Rock

He removes a warning bell that warns sailors about a secret underwater rock. By doing this, he signs his own death sentence. At a dark night, he crashes his ship to the Rock, because there was no bell to warn him. In the first stanza of the poem Southey describes the surroundings. The tone of the poem is set, at the begging it is very serene and relaxed. The weather and sea are calm, the ship stands, undisturbed, in th...

Inglise kirjandus - Keskkool
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Word formation for advanced level

(DRAMA) 2. I'm unable to .......................between these perfumes, they all smell the same. (DIFFERENT) 3. We've run out of .......................floss so we must remember to buy some. (DENTIST) 4. My grandma .............................. a natural ............................ (DIE) 5. They give her morphine to ...................the pain.(DEAD) 6. The ...................................... of those mountainous villages is the greatest achievement of this government.(ELECTRIC) 7. With the ............................ of the soup it was a wonderful meal.(EXCEPT) 8. Her ........................ in helping the poor earned her admiration in the neighbourhood. (SELF) 9. Soak the dried mushroom overnight to ..................... them before cooking.(SOFT) 10. They have always wanted to have a baby, but Sue .................each time she got pregnant.(CARRY) 11...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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The Saxons & Vikings

The new conquerors were warlike and illiterate. Disliked towns, preferred to live in small cillages. They destroyed the Roman towns & villas. Beautiful buildings, roads were neglected or broken up. The first settlements were groups of 3 or 4 family farms. Houses were all made of wood & had sloping thatched roofs. Around the settlement was a fence. In time the settlements became villages. Villages were self-sufficient. In the village there was also a forge where a blacksmith mended tools & weapons. There was also a wheelwright's workshop & mill. There was very little trading at that time. Roads were bad. Agriculture changed. The Celts kept small square fields, they used a light plough drawn by an animal or 2 people. Anglo-Saxons introduced a heavier plough, it required 6-8 oxen to pull it. That's why the arable land was divi...

British history (suurbritannia... - Keskkool
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Social Problems

Proposed solutions to homelessness In 2007 urban designer and social theorist Michael E. Arth proposed a controversial national solution for homelessness that would involve building nearly carfree Pedestrian Villages in place of what he terms "the current band- aid approach to the problem." A prototype, Tiger Bay Village, was proposed for near Daytona Beach, FL. He claims that this would be superior for treating the psychological as well as psychiatric needs of both temporarily and permanently homeless adults, and would cost less than the current approach. It would also provide a lower cost alternative to jail, and provide a half-way station for those...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Native Americans

¤ over 500 nations/tribes ¤ closeness to nature ¤ europeans came for the free land ¤ less civilized ¤ they lived in teepee's ¤ they hunted buffalos for food, clothing BERENGIA- Land Bridge connecting Asia (Siberia) to Alaska 1500 km wide North to South 65 000 B.P (before the present) rised out of the sea to 40 000 B.P a wave when people came from west. 36 000-32 000 B.P arrived p...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Population

New Towns have partially failed, however, especially since many are near enough to conurbations for people to use them as dormitory towns (towns where a large percentage of the population commutes daily to work in a conurbation) and recent government policy has been to expand existing towns like Telford and Milton Keynes (formed from the amalgamation of a group of villages ), which is cheaper than creating an entirely new town. 1. Ethnic makeup English 81% Welsh 2% Scottish 10% Northern Irish 2% Irish 2% ethnic minority groups English is the official language, but many people know more than one language. Around 20% of the people in Wales speak Welsh and children learn it in Welsh...

British history (suurbritannia... - Keskkool
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inglise keeles Eesti tutvustus: Project: Estonia

The old farmhouses and mansions can still be seen in many places in Southern Viljandimaa. As a result of the hard work and the tenacity of the local inhabitants, Mulgimaa developed into an area known as prosperous and rich by its cultural heritage. The masters working in the villages played an important role in the development. The local foods such as sauerkraut stew, curd cake and ,,kama" (a meal made with sour milk and a mixture of ground grains) are popular even nowadays. There is even a song that says: "It is good to live in Mulgimaa The nature is beautiful and the land is fructuous There are glorious groves and large wealthy Estonian farms". As for now, the large-scale industry has become more and more dominating in agri...

inglise teaduskeel - Keskkool
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Rootsi kuningapere

(school) The Royal Family Of Sweden Report (name) (your location and year) Contents Introduction.................................................................................................................................3 King Carl XVI Gustaf...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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The forth of july

They decorate their homes and gardens with small flags, posters and balloons. There are parades with a lot of music in the morning. Everybody comes out to watch these. People gather in the centre of the town or village, where some concerts take place. Children often take part in fun run. In the afteroon families have gargen parties. People eat a lot and sing together. In the evening when it gets dark, there are fireworks in many villages and cities. Thousands of their houses to enjoy this. I LOVE THE FORTH OF JULY I love the Forth of July. With the flags and t...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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Countrystudy Summary

Country Study Mari-Liis Luukas 11c The British Isles Administrative / d'mnstrtv / haldus- Self-governing / self'gvn / isemajandav, iseseisev Legi...

British history (suurbritannia... - Keskkool
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Natural disasters

Mudslides strike without warning and with deadly force. Every day, across the world, unsuspecting villagers are hammered by the force of 36,000 tons of that soft wet dirt known as mud, as it cascades down mountains, rolls across plains, swoops through valleys, and takes flight over cliffs. Once the mud strikes, it leaves the villages and cities in ruins, as houses and other structures are quickly destroyed. And just as every day these villages are leveled by these disastrous attacks, the world's top scientists are working relentlessly to come out with a plan for the prediction and prevention of these horrible assaults. The men of the seas are always on the lookout for another natural disaster: whirlpools. These massive swirling vortexes of water are the cause of many lost...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
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Tugevate rühm

Religion Here in Ibiza it's impossible to forget that we still live in a devoutly religious, Catholic country. Visitors to the island at Easter can get a taste of the faith and pageantry of the Ibicencos in the religious processions which take place in the towns and villages . The main ones are in Santa Eulalia and Ibiza town and smaller versions take place in Santa Gertrudis, San Miguel, San Vicente and San Lorenzo. First timers are often shocked at the outfits worn by the 'cofradias' or brotherhoods of penitents whose pointed hats and flowing robes resemble those of the Klansmen of the USA. In Santa Eulalia the processions leave the church at 21.00 on Thursday 9th April and...

Inglise keel - Kutsekool
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Anglo-Saxon period. Kokkuvõte

Anglo-Saxon period Celts-came from Germany,2000-1200BC began to migrate to Britain,spoke Celtic language,were known as Britons,lived in small villages ,round wooden huts-mainly farmers-no towns,organised in tribes with a kingqueen as a leader,intertribal wars were very common,the Ancient Britons:one of the Celtic tribes living in Britain 4thBC,believed in different gods,governed by a class of priests-druids who had great power. Romans in Britain:55BC came to conquer Britain(Julius Caesar),brought their own civilization,taught Britons to build roads,bridges,houses,baths,temples,protected...

Inglise keel - Keskkool
7 allalaadimist
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AT, ON, IN

On a horse a bike a ship. I live swimming in the sea. We were at sea for 30 days In a car. At a party a concert- event. Buildings. In a restaurant. Buildings. At a restaurant. In- building itself. At the station airport In- cities towns villages . somebody's house doctor's At the age of.... etc. On television the radio the In love opinion pencil the phone strike a diet fire the sun the dark the shade. whole purpose holiday a tour. ON TIME IN TIME AT THE END IN THE END On time- punctual, not late. If At the...

Inglise keel - Põhikool
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