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One can hardly pick up a newspaper or magazine or watch TV without seeing or hearing some reference to Stress .Why all the sudden fuss and fascination? After all, stress has been around since Adam and Eve were evicted from the Garden of Eden. Is it because there is much more stress today? Is it because the nature of...
Stonehenge, prehistoric ritual monument, situated on Salisbury Plain in south-western England and dating from the Neolithic (late Stone Age) and Bronze Age. It is the most celebrated of the megalithic monuments in England, and the most important prehistoric structure in Europe. Although its precise purpose is unknown, it is...
Welcome to Stockholm! The city is bursting with life and bustling with activity all year round, offering visitors a rich variety of events and activities, culture, shoping, restaurants and great nightlife. Why not visit some of the city's around 70museums and sights, 100 galleries, 80 cinemas, 50 theatres or 700 bars....
Sport doping,by legal definition, represents the use of substances (procedures)so as to modify artificially the capacities of a sportsmen ,or the products meant to hide the use of doping substances.These forbiden substances should be known by every sportsmen , by their personal doctor or that of the team. The list of...
On November 12, 1912 an Antarctic search party discovered its objective - the tent of Captain Robert Scott and his two companions half buried in the snow. Inside, they found the body of Captain Scott wedged between those of his fellow explorers, the flaps of his sleeping bag thrown back, his coat open. His companions, Lieut....
According to research by the British Council, "English has official* or special status in at least seventy-five countries with a total population of over two billion. English is spoken as a native* language by around 375 million and as a second language* by around 375 million speakers in the world. Speakers of English as a...
Snow, transparent ice crystals formed around dust or other small particulates in the atmosphere when water vapor condenses at temperatures below the freezing point. Partly melted crystals usually cling together to form snowflakes, which may in rare cases grow in size up to 7 to 10 cm (3 to 4 in) in diameter. Structurally,...
In 1975, Clavell published Shogun, his magnum opus that took the literary critics by storm. New York Times book reviewer Webster Schott wrote, "Clavell has a gift, he breathes narrative; his hero is not a person but a place and a time, medieval Japan on the threshold of becoming a sea power" (Schott 1975). The novel seized...
Ship Types Torpedo-boat. These ships have been misrepresented in Empire. They were designed to kill large ships by swarming them and launching torpedoes. In fact, they were projected to be so effective that the French 'Jeune Ecole' (Young School) of naval officers advocated abandoning battleships entirely, saying that...
Although the amount of factual knowledge available about Shakespeare is surprisingly large for one of his station in life, many find it a little disappointing, for it is mostly gleaned from documents of an official character. Dates of baptisms, marriages, deaths, and burials; wills, conveyances, legal processes, and payments...
Cigarettes are very expensive -some people spend more money on them than on food.Smoking is very bad for your heart and lungs.It kills milions of people world-wide every year.Smoking makes you short of breath and stops you winning at sport,also smoking makes you smell like an old...
In all the countries of the world and in Britain and the United States as well, it is a tradition to make the last night of the year one of fun and gaiety.Whether the New Year's Eve party is in a restaurant, a club or in a modest home it will be gay, noisy and glittering. The music will be loud and there will be bright...
What do we really know about this person, about his thoughts, his behaviour...very little. This man became a symbol, a point of reference for the Islamic world, not only for the extremists one... For the Hamas Palestinian group or Pakistan Harakat Unsar or many others, he is the right person to unify the Islamic world in a...
Romania, republic, in south-eastern Europe, bordered on the north by Ukraine; on the east by Moldova; on the south-east by the Black Sea; on the south by Bulgaria; on the south-west by Serbia (part of the federation of Serbia and Montenegro); and on the west by Hungary. The total area of Romania is about 237,500 sq km (91,700...
The Augustan Age sparked a major economic revival. The emperor directly controlled coinage, taxation, and his own enormous estates, but otherwise allowed the economy to operate freely, with demand dictating prices and profits. Above all it was the end of civil war that encouraged economic growth. Roman armies could control...
Robinson Crusoe It is the starting point of the modern novel. With it, the bourgevis comes into literature. It is a novel of adventures . Books about voyages and new discoveries where very popular in the 18th century. A story that appeared in a magazine was about Alexander Selkirk a Scotch sailor who had quarreled with his...
RICHARD II – THE KING AND THE PLAY Richard II (1367-1400), king of England, grandson of Edward III and son of the Black Prince, was born at Bordeux on Jan. 6, 1367. on the Black’s Prince death in 1377, he became king. Though at first too young to rule, Richard in 1381 showed skill in dealing with Wat Tyler’s Rebellion and...
DIRECT SPEECH REPORTED SPEECH 1.PRESENT SIMPLE EX.I'M TIRED. PRESENT SIMPLE SHE SAID SHE WAS TIRED. 2.PRESENT CONTINUES EX.I'M DOING MY HOMEWORK. PRESENT CONTINUES SHE SAID SHE WAS DOING HER HOMEWORK. 3.PAST SIMPLE PAST SIMPLE I WORKED HARD. SHE SAID SHE HAD WORKED HARD. 4.PRESENT PERFECT...
Style of popular music that originated in Jamaica in the late 1960s and quickly emerged as the country's dominant music. By the 1970s it had become an international style that was particularly popular in Britain, the United States, and Africa. It was widely perceived as a voice of the oppressed. According to an early...
There are a variety of relationships in our daily life, they can be short, between two people meeting on the street and just saying "Hello" or they can be formal, between business people that are having a meeting to decide something.The most important relationships are and will always be the relationships between lovers and...
In The Catcher in the Rye, the narrative order of the events Holden recounts is changed. The novel is not a formal autobiography, since Holden, the narrator, does not go into " all that David Copperfield Kid or crap"1, in his story, he insists upon "this madman stuff that happened to me around last Christmas"2. The novel...
The motor car first appeared in Germany in 1885 when Karl Benz and Gottlieb Daimler, each working independently of the other, produced self-propelled vehicles powered by rear-mounted, petrol-fuelled single-cylinder engines. These were based on the stationary gas engine that used the four-stroke principle. The replicas of...
The Industrial Revolution began in G.B. because social ,political and legal conditions were particularly favourable to change. Britain was in quite a unique position. At that time, it was the only country in the world that had all the right ingredients in place for industrial growth to take off. Firstly and most importantly,...
As early as the fourth century B.C., the Romans engaged in an annual young man's rite to passage to the God Lupercus. The names of the teenage women were placed in a box and drawn at random by adolescent men; thus, a man was assigned a woman companion for the duration of the year, after which another lottery was staged. After...
Many times, when we speak about adolescence, we call it "the dangerous age". But, in the same time it is referred to as "the golden age". These two syntagms are only apparently in contradiction with one another.Is adolescence a period of crisis or is it only a more difficult stage of our lives, which can be passed trough very...
Racial Discrimination and Related Intolerance We are served refreshment only in separate cups at roadside tea stalls, turned away from public swimming pools, stopped on highways as presumptive criminals, trafficked as prostitutes, denied our mother's nationality, classed willy-nilly as "mentally disabled" in schools, and...
All during his life, and for many decades after his passing, Sergei Rachmaninoff was regarded as an anomaly, a throwback to the 19th century, as his music always expressed itself through an unabashedly Romantic language: At times haunting and foreboding (prevestitoare); at others, gentle, passionate and con molte dolce. But...
First Question: What is the European Union? (Correct Answer: The European Union is an community of European countries that are united in economic bussines and supporting each other.) Second Question : What is the date when the European Union was established?(Correct Answer: The date when the U.E. was established is...
Victoria (queen) (1819-1901), queen of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland (1837-1901) and empress of India (1876-1901). Her reign was the longest of any monarch in British history and came to be known as the Victorian era. Queen Victoria was the official head of state not only of the United Kingdom but also of...
Elizabeth I, queen of England and Ireland (1558-1603), daughter of Henry VIII and his second wife, Anne Boleyn. Elizabeth was the longest-reigning English monarch in nearly two centuries and the first woman to successfully occupy the English throne. Called Glorianna and Good Queen Bess, Elizabeth enjoyed enormous popularity...