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94798. ABOUT MYSELF 17 KB
  To tell the truth all school subjects come easy for me but sometimes. I spend much time on it reading books doing tests etc. Sometimes I like to listen to the Russian classical music. I have not much time to watch IV but sometimes I spend an hour or two watching an interesting film or a news programme.
94808. Australia. Geography, History and Politics 541.39 KB
  Australia is a country in the Southern Hemisphere between the Pacific Ocean and the Indian Ocean. Australia, New Zealand, New Guinea and other islands on the Australian tectonic plate are together called Australasia. When other Pacific islands are included, the term is Oceania.
94824. ALBERT EINSTEIN (1879-1955) 27.5 KB
  Albert Einstein was born in Germany on March 14,1879. His unusual ability to mathematics and physics began to show itself at a technical school in Zurich. At the age of 21, after four years, of university study, Albert Einstein got a job as a clerk at an office. But already in 1905 he made revolutionary discoveries in science.
94826. About Art 30.5 KB
  Let’s talk about art. Our country is world famous thanks to its artists composers writers. How can you prove it The art of the Belorussian society consists of many aspects. Talented personalities have made great contribution to the development of Belorussian art.
94848. Animal testing is immoral and unnecessary, and it should be banned 29.5 KB
  It has been estimated that approximately 20 million animals are being used for testing and are killed annually; about 15 million of them are used to test for medication and five million for other products. As the statistics indicate animal testing is dangerous and harmful but medical research must continue.
94877. ALFRED NOBEL. ALEXANDER GRAHAM BELL 62 KB
  Alfred Nobel, the great Swedish inventor and industrialist, was a man of many contrasts. He was the son of a bankrupt, but became a millionaire, a scientist who cared for literature, an industrialist who managed to remain an idealist.
94888. ALIMENTARY OR DIGESTIVE SYSTEM 23.5 KB
  The glands which pour juices of secretion into the alimentary canal are: the salivary glands secreting saliva into the mouth where the digestion of the starchy parts of the food begins; the gastric glands in the stomach secreting gastric juice which is acid and acts on meats; the liver which excretes about two pints of bile...
94893. AIR TRANSPORT. LONDON AIRPORT SERVES THE WORLD TRANSPORTATION FOR THE 21st CENTURY 75.5 KB
  Modern air transport using craft which is heavier than air requires a good deal of power merely to say in the air. It is for this reason that air transport uses more fuel to carry a ton over a distance of a mile than land or water transport.
94903. A Brief History of the Oxford University 90.5 KB
  As the oldest English-speaking university in the world it lays claim to eight centuries of continuous existence. There is no clear date of foundation but teaching existed at Oxford in some form in 1096 and developed rapidly from 1167 when Henry II banned English students from attending the University of Paris.
97163. Assignment Two 102.3 KB
  However since the way servants and slaves lived depended on how their master treated them historical documents written by slaveholders represent a unique primary source of information about the life of servants and slaves. One type of such documents is advertisements for runaway slaves and servants published in newspapers in Virginia.
98164. Apoptosis 61.22 KB
  The process of programmed cell death, or apoptosis, is generally characterized by distinct morphological characteristics and energy-dependent biochemical mechanisms. Apoptosis is considered a vital component of various processes including normal cell turnover, proper development and functioning of the immune system, hormone-dependent atrophy...
99458. Atrial Fibrillation: A Major Risk Factor for Cognitive Decline 146.5 KB
  Atrial fibrillation is a common disease of the elderly, conferring considerable morbidity and mortality related to cardiovascular effects and thromboembolic risks. Anticoagulation, antiarrhythmic medications, and rate control are the cornerstone of contemporary management, whereas ablation and evolving surgical techniques continue to play important secondary roles
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