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  • Budgies - wellensittiche

    I`m sure, most of you think a budgie, which is a special kind of parrot, is not as good as a dog or a cat, but you`re wrong. Owning a budgie can also be very attractive and interesting and it`s much cheaper. Originally budgies come from Australia. They live together in flight and all of them are coloured green-grey because if they would have another colour they couldn`t hide in the trees if there is a danger and would have been seen from thei ...

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  • George w. bush -

    George W. Bush was born July 6th, 1946 and grew up in Midland and Houston, Texas. He received a bachelor's degree from Yale University and an MBA from Harvard Business School. He served as an pilot for the Texas Air National Guard. He began his career in the oil and gas business in Midland and later he worked in the energy industry. After working on his father's 1988 presidential campaign he served as managing general partner of the Texas Ranger ...

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  • Butterflies are free (theatre)

    The story takes place in an apartment in New York, in which Don Baker lives. One morning, he telephones with his mother. He tells her, that he had a little party one day ago and besides he says to her, that she shouldn't visit him for one month. Suddenly he hears loud noises in the next apartment. After finishing the telephone call, Don bets his new female neighbour to turn down her TV. They begin to talk and some times later the girl, named Ji ...

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  • Butterflies are free

    The well-done book \"Butterflies are free\" is written by Leonard Gershe and has become a success because it is an ideal blend of humours and serious elements. Leonard Gershe has already worked on various musicals in Hollywood that make him very happy because the theatre was always his first love. As he explained it: \"I prefer working in the theatre to any other medium.\" As Leonard Gershe related in one of his rare newspaper interviews, the ...

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  • Call - bernard mac laverty

    \"Call\" was written by Bernard Mac Laverty. It was first published by Jonathan Cape in 1983. Bernard Laverty was born in Belfast, where he worked for ten years as a medical laboratory technician before studying English at Queen\'s University. He then moved to Scotland and taught for a number of years. He now writes and lives in Glasgow. He has written two novels, Lamb and Cal and three collections of short stories, Secrets, A time to dance ...

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  • Cal

    Bernard Mac Laverty The Author Cal was written by Bernard Mac Laverty. It was first published by Jonathan Cape in 1983. Bernard Mac Laverty was born in Belfast, where he worked for ten years as a medical laboratory technician before studying English at Queen' s University. He then moved to Scotland and taught for a number of years. He now writes full-time and lives in Glasgow. He has written three novels "Lamb", "Cal" (both of whic ...

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  • An inspector calls j.b priestley

    The Author: J.B. Priestley was born in 1894 in Bradford as son of a schoolmaster. He went to university in Cambridge. Priestley has been writing essays, criticism, novels and plays. He worked as a journalist and broadcaster. He has directed and acted in his own plays as well. J.B. Priestley died in 1984 The Characters: Arthur Birling: A heavy-looking, rather portentous man in his middle fifties with fairly easy manners but rather pr ...

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  • Canada --

    Population 34 % of the people who live in Canada are of British or part - British origins. -- 28 % - French or part - French origins; In Quebec: 78 per cent are French - speaking Canadians; other mostly - French territories: New Brunswick, Ontario -- The government follows the policy of a bilingual and bicultural nation -- Altogether, the indigenous people of Canada (people of Canadian origins) are divided into nearly 600 groups or b ...

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  • Canada - -

    Basic Information Canada is the world's second largest country after Russia by covering the northern two-fifths of Northern America. The capital of this country, which stretches 4.600 km from north to south and 5.380 km from east to west, is Ottawa. However, Canada is one of the most thinly populated countries. Landscape The highest mountain of Canada, Mount Logan is situated in the Canadian Cordillera. Canada's rivers and lakes are s ...

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  • Canada - natives in canada

    Natives in Canada In thwe 1986 census, some 700.00 Canadians claimed to be of aboriginal origin. The majority of the Canadian "first peoples" live in the North-West-Territories. Some bands have their own schools with their own curricula, where teaching is conducted in the Native language. The Native peoples have become very rigorous in demanding their rights. Natives no longer accept that provincial or federal governments can dispose of thei ...

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  • Canada - history

    Canada's first inhabitants arrived 30.000 years ago. The first Europeans were Nordsmen, or Vikings, from Scandinavia. In 1497, an Englishman, John Cabot, set out to try to reach the Far East, and, instead, landed in Newfoundland. In 1534 a French explorer, Jaques Cartier, mapped the Gulf of St. Lawrence. The Europeans began trade with the Native people. In 1608 groups of French and English were starting permanent settlements. Canada's first cen ...

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  • Nature and geografic of canada

    Nature and geografic of Canada 2. History 3. Cities: Ottawa -Montreal -Calgary 4. Economy 1. Nature and geographie notes of Canada In the nature history Canada was influenced of the ice-time. There are five several kinds of countries: -the north Appalaches -the Canadian shield -the Saint Lorenz Lawland -the Inner Plain -and the high mountains in the west. In the South-East there are the Appalaches. These are mountains Who are betwee ...

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  • Canada - capital city ottawa

    Inhabitants 27,367 millions Territory Canada is the 2nd largest country with more than 9,9 million km². Seven percent of the world\'s area and nine percent of the world\'s fresh water provision belong to Canada. The provinces There are 10 provinces. (Yukon, Northwest Territories, Nunavut, British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, Quebec and Newfoundland) The national symbol Since the 18th century the maple leaf ...

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  • - canada -

    . Population -- 34 % of the people who live in Canada are of British or part - British origins. -- 28 % - French or part - French origins; In Quebec: 78 per cent are French - speaking Canadians; other mostly - French territories: New Brunswick, Ontario -- The government follows the policy of a bilingual and bicultural nation -- Altogether, the indigenous people of Canada (people of Canadian origins) are divided into nearly 600 groups or ...

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  • Canada ottawa

    Capital city Ottawa in the province of Ontario Inhabitants 27,367 millions Territory Canada is the 2nd largest country with more than 9,9 million km². Seven percent of the world\'s area and nine percent of the world\'s fresh water provision belong to Canada. Provinces and territories Canada has ten provinces and two territories. In 1999 the Northwest territory is going to split up. They will split the eastern part (two thirds of ...

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  • Canada - - -

    One thing to remember is the big size of Canada. Although it´s the second largest country in the world the population is only about 25.000.000 inhabitants. But the population isn´t equally distributed over the vast country. Most people live within 320km of the US-boarder in big cities like Toronto, Quebec, Calgary, Montreal and Vancouver. These cities are situated in the east of Canada except Vancouver which is situated in the west. The distance ...

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  • Canadian short stories

    An Overview of Canadian History Around the year 1000 Vikings landed on the eastern coast of Canada, nearly five hundred years before the official discovery of the New World by Columbus. A reconstruction of a settlement of thatched houses in Newfoundland is a reminder of these first European settlers on the North American continent. Five years later, in 1497, the Italian Giovanni Caboto (John Cabot) who was in the employ of the English King He ...

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  • Cannabis

    HISTORY The earliest record of cannabis use is from a compendium of medicines which was compiled for the Chinese emperor Shen Nung in about 2727 BC. Although it grows in many parts of the world and so has a long history of use in many cultures, especially in Asian and African where the plants grow in the warm climate. Since then the cannabis plants have been used for making ropes, clothes and medicine. Cannabis has been used medically world-w ...

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  • Cannery row

    SYNOPSIS Cannery Row tells the story of the people, who live in Cannery Row, Monterey, California. Only a couple of houses stand in Cannery Row in the Californian fishing Village Monterey: the Western Biological Labour, where the Doc dissects his animals for museums and Universities; the "Palace Flophouse", a formally store for fish meal, Mack's and his friends place of refuge; Dora's "Bear Flag Restaurant"; Lee Chong's inexhaustible grocery ...

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  • Cannery row by john steinbeck

    The Autor John Steinbeck is born in 1902 in Salinas, California. He went to university, left six years later without taking a degree. Then he went to New York as a journalist. In this time, 1929, his first novel was published. He married and returned to California and wrote several novels like "Of Mice and Men" or, "The Grapes of Wrath". He became also a filmmaker. In 1945 he published "Cannery Row". The last decades of his life he spent in ...

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