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Biografia ingles de un famoso

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Brad Pitt was born in 1963 in Oklahoma and raised in Springfield, Missouri. His mother's name is Jane Etta Hillhouse. His father, William (Bill) Pitt, worked in management at a trucking firm in Springfield. He has a younger brother, Douglas (Doug) Pitt and a younger sister Julie Neal Pitt. At Kickapoo High School, Pitt was involved in sports, debating, student government and school musicals. Pitt attended the University of Missouri, where he majored in journalism with a focus on advertising. He occasionally acted in fraternity shows. He left college two credits short of graduating to move to California. Before he became successful at acting, Pitt supported himself by driving strippers in limos, moving refrigerators and dressing as a giant chicken... Continue reading "Biografia ingles de un famoso" »

Redaccion de ingles

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In my opinion the television is a medium of communication genial.The television is one of the most important inventions in history and it has evolved quickly. The TV has important characteristics, for example:
The TV offers environmental programs and broadcast many educational programs for children, for example english cartoons. We can know the wearer in other countries and we can watch movies at times boring. We can also hear the views of politicians of our country and elsewhere and their proposals. Educational television can be a powerful teaching tool.
Moreover, the television also has some drawbacks, for example, it's excessive use. Some programs are beyond the scope of education for our future children: violent and pornography. Many... Continue reading "Redaccion de ingles" »

Alexander the Great, of Mery Renault

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The Lady Mary Challans (1905-1983). She studied nursing at the University of Oxford, a profession he held during the Second World War. After the war he settled in South Africa, where he began his literary career in 1956. His first novel, set in ancient Greece, brought him international fame, both for its style and care for the accuracy of historical data. He was especially interested in the fascinating personality of Alexander the Great, who was able to recreate with great skill in four novels, three of which (Fire in Paradise, The Persian Boy and Funeral Games) are a great trilogy on the history and legend Macedonian king and complete the fascinating approach to his personality that the author held in Alexander the Great.

The military genius,... Continue reading "Alexander the Great, of Mery Renault" »

Analysis of the Cartagena Manifesto

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Simón Bolívar had assumed command of the Puerto Cabello Square on May 4, 1812. A month later, on 6 June, it fell to the royalists. Faced with this loss and after signing the capitulation, Bolivar got through to Curacao and then to New Granada. There, the government recognized the rank of colonel and allowed their participation in the Campaign of Magdalena. On December 15, 1812 wrote his first document sets out the causes which led to the loss of the First Republic and warns neogranadinos on the need to unite to defeat the enemy. These causes by Bolivar were:
1. The tolerance scheme followed by the Republican authorities to consider how weak and ineffectual. He criticized the attitude of the government of Venezuela against Coro, claiming

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Carthago Nova. Archeology and epigraphy in the city walls.

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Sebastian F. Ramallo Asensio (Universidad de Murcia)

Militum deinde quod eos non conlaudavit virtutem eruptio hostium, non altitudo moenium, Stagni inexplorata non vada, non castellum in high Tumulo situm, non munitissima arx deterruisset quo minus transcenderent omnia perrumperentque.

(T. Livy, XXVI, 48, 4)

This text of the History of Rome Livy clearly expresses components of the defensive apparatus of the city founded by Hasdrubal: the height of its walls, the shallow lagoon unexplored, the fortress located on high hill and the well-defended fortress components, all of which, coupled with the excellent conditions of its harbor and its strategic position in the communication routes to Africa and Italy through the Balearic Islands (Appian,

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Medios alternativos en la solucion de conficto

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diga la naturalez ade lps medios alternativos de solucion de conflictos
son contrahegemonicos porque nacieron , en lo moderno en rusia para oponerse al poder opresor del estado
carasteristicas de los medios alternativos de solucion de conflictos
si son voluntarios , si son formales ,
la mediacion y la negociacion son informales
el arbitraje y la mediacion son formales

que limita al poder hegemonico de los gobiernos
lo alternativo o segunda opcion y posibilidad de resolver los problemas , sin la intervencion del poder opresor y hegemonico del estado

explique los principales procesos alternativos
transaccion o negociacion , mediacion, arbitraje y conciliacion
cricis que atraviesa ell poder judicial
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31 nervos pares
3º mes de vida= curvatura secundaria  cervical
6º mes de vida= curvatura secundaria lombar
2 curvaturas primarias: toracica e sacral.
2 cuvaturas secundarias: cervical e lombar.
4 curvaturas
Curvaturas da coluna vertebral:
Curvaturas primarias: mantem o sentido da curvatura da coluna fetal: toracica e sacral
Curvaturas secundarias: Cervical (surge em torno do 3º mes de vida, quando a criança ja sustenta o peso da cabeça.
Lombar: surge em torno do 6º mes de vida, quando a criança ja sustenta o corpo em posição ortostatica)
Cifose: acentuação das curvaturas primarias= toracica e sacral
Lordose: acentuação das curvaturas secundarias= cervical e lombar
Quando a lordose é muito acentuada, denomina-se hiperlordose
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Submetida a um tratamento médico, uma pessoa ingeriu um comprimido contendo 45 mg de ácido acetilsalicílico (C9H8O4). Considerando a massa molar do C9H8O4 180g/mol e o número de Avogadro 6.10²³, o número de moléculas da substancia ingerida é?
Primeiro transformando mg para g


x = 0,045g

1 mol.........................180g


x = 0,00025mol

1 mol...............6,0 . 10²³


x = 1,50 . 10^20

A balança mais precisa pode detectar uma variação de aproximadamente 10( elevado -8g). Quantos átomos de ouro existiriam em uma amostra desse peso?
Primeiramente consulte uma tabela periódica para obter a massa atômica do ouro( ma = 197u)
assim, a

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Reign of Alfonso XII: Canovist system and the constitution of 1876.

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Reign of Alfonso XII: THE SYSTEM Canova and the 1876 Constitution.


After the coup of Pavia and the dissolution of the Republican Parliament in January 1874 established a military regime under the presidency of General Serrano, without a specific program. During the Democratic Presidential term reorganization had left the conservatives around the figure of Alfonso, the son of the dethroned Isabel II. The leader of this group, Antonio Canovas del Castillo, a consensus was reached between conservatives and progressives to restore the Bourbon monarchy peacefully. First he persuaded Elizabeth II to abdicate in favor of his son Alfonso (1870) and then worried about the training that would be the future king, joining various British... Continue reading "Reign of Alfonso XII: Canovist system and the constitution of 1876." »

The Geographical Position of Germany in the First World War

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How important was the geographical position of Germany in determining the outcome of the First World War?

At the beginning of the 20th century, the German Empire struggled to establish itself as a European power. It emerged as a state in 1871 and was ruled by Kaiser Wilhelm II.

The desire to conquer territories and paralyze rival empires were the main causes of WWI. Europe was divided into two alliances: The Triple Alliance, created in 1882 by Chancellor Otto von Bismarck, and The Triple Entente. The Triple Alliance consisted of Germany, Austria-Hungary, and Italy, while the Triple Entente included France, Great Britain, and Russia.

The war broke out on June 28, 1914, when a young Serbian nationalist murdered Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria,... Continue reading "The Geographical Position of Germany in the First World War" »