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Orwell

Pierre                                           Français                                    dimanche 24 décembre 2006 Carlat 611                                                     1984-George Orwell                           Alors que le héros, Winston Smith, vit sous un régime totalitaire imposé par le Parti de Big Brother, il commence à rédiger un journal intime. Cet acte est très dangereux car penser autrement que le Parti est fortement répréhensible par la Police de la Pensée....


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Les énergies renouvelables et fossiles

Sommaire: Introduction      I-Les énergies fossiles : A-Qu’est-ce que l’énergie fossile ? B-Quels sont les différents types d’énergie fossile ? C-Comment se forme l’énergie fossile ? D-Quel a été l’avantage de l’énergie fossile ? E-L’avenir de l’énergie fossile.  F-Quels sont les conséquences de l’utilisation des énergies fossiles ?   Dossier : Le nucléaire.     II-Energies renouvelables :  A-Qu’est-ce que les énergies renouvelables?  B-Quelles sont les différentes sources d’énergies renouvelables? Quelles en sont les principales utilisations? C-Pourquoi faut-il développer les énergies renouvelables ?   Dossier : Le...


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Rutherford B.

Rutherford B. Hayes I INTRODUCTION Rutherford B. Hayes (1822-1893), 19th president of the United States (1877-1881). He achieved the presidency in the closest electoral contest in U.S. history, winning over Samuel J. Tilden by one electoral vote. During his term of office, Hayes supported measures he felt right and just, without fear of making political enemies. While his achievements as president were not...


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Grover Cleveland

Grover Cleveland I INTRODUCTION Grover Cleveland (1837-1908), 22nd and 24th president of the United States (1885-1889, 1893-1897), the only chief executive to be reelected after defeat. Cleveland adopted the credo "a public office is a public trust," and in his two nonconsecutive terms, he spent much of his energy resisting political influences and the party favoritism...


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Michelangelo.

Michelangelo. I INTRODUCTION Michelangelo (1475-1564), Italian painter, sculptor, architect, and poet whose artistic accomplishments exerted a tremendous influence on his contemporaries and on subsequent European art. Michelangelo considered the male nude to be the foremost subject in art, and he explored its range of movement and expression in every medium. Even his architecture has a human aspect to it, in which a door,...


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Native American Languages.

Native American Languages. I INTRODUCTION Native American Languages, indigenous languages of the native peoples of North, Middle, and South America. Scholars can only guess at the total number of languages once spoken by Native Americans; many of these languages disappeared before they could be documented. When Europeans arrived on the North American continent in the late 15th century, about 300 distinct languages were...


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Panama Canal - Geography.

Panama Canal - Geography. I INTRODUCTION Panama Canal, canal across the Isthmus of Panama, in Central America, that allows vessels to travel between the Pacific and Atlantic oceans. The waterway measures 64 km (40 mi), including dredged approach channels at each end. The Panama Canal handles a large volume of world shipping and enables vessels to avoid traveling around South America, reducing their...


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Pittsburgh - geography.

Pittsburgh - geography. I INTRODUCTION Pittsburgh, city in western Pennsylvania and seat of Allegheny County. Pittsburgh was the nation's foremost industrial city of the 19th century and was famous for its steel production. Beginning in the 1970s it underwent severe deindustrialization as its massive steel complexes began to close. Today Pittsburgh is a postindustrial city, with an economy based on services, especially medical,...


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Chicago (city, Illinois) - geography.

Chicago (city, Illinois) - geography. I INTRODUCTION Chicago (city, Illinois), city and seat of Cook County, located in northeastern Illinois, on the southwestern shore of Lake Michigan, at the mouth of the Chicago River. Chicago is the third largest city in the United States and one of the country's leading industrial, commercial, transportation, and financial centers. Chicago covers a land area of 588.2...


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Chicago (city, Illinois) - geography.

Chicago (city, Illinois) - geography. I INTRODUCTION Chicago (city, Illinois), city and seat of Cook County, located in northeastern Illinois, on the southwestern shore of Lake Michigan, at the mouth of the Chicago River. Chicago is the third largest city in the United States and one of the country's leading industrial, commercial, transportation, and financial centers. Chicago covers a land area of 588.2...


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Michelangelo.

Michelangelo. I INTRODUCTION Michelangelo (1475-1564), Italian painter, sculptor, architect, and poet whose artistic accomplishments exerted a tremendous influence on his contemporaries and on subsequent European art. Michelangelo considered the male nude to be the foremost subject in art, and he explored its range of movement and expression in every medium. Even his architecture has a human aspect to it, in which a door,...


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Grover Cleveland.

Grover Cleveland. I INTRODUCTION Grover Cleveland (1837-1908), 22nd and 24th president of the United States (1885-1889, 1893-1897), the only chief executive to be reelected after defeat. Cleveland adopted the credo "a public office is a public trust," and in his two nonconsecutive terms, he spent much of his energy resisting political influences and the party favoritism characteristic of that era. As a result,...


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Rutherford B.

Rutherford B. Hayes. I INTRODUCTION Rutherford B. Hayes (1822-1893), 19th president of the United States (1877-1881). He achieved the presidency in the closest electoral contest in U.S. history, winning over Samuel J. Tilden by one electoral vote. During his term of office, Hayes supported measures he felt right and just, without fear of making political enemies. While his achievements as president were not...


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Roman Mythology.

Roman Mythology. I INTRODUCTION Roman Mythology, the religious beliefs and practices of the people of ancient Rome. At first the Romans envisioned their gods more as powers than as persons, and as a result there is little mythology that is purely Roman. According to Roman scholar Marcus Terentius Varro, only after the Romans came into contact with Greek culture in the 6th century...


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Bat - biology.

Bat - biology. I INTRODUCTION Bat, only mammal that can fly. Bats have modified hands and arms that serve as wings capable of sustained flight. They have been flitting across the night skies since the Eocene Epoch, some 50 million years ago. In all this time, the physical features of these animals have changed very little. Fossil specimens from Europe and North America...


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Michelangelo I INTRODUCTION Michelangelo (1475-1564), Italian painter, sculptor, architect, and poet whose artistic accomplishments exerted a tremendous influence on his contemporaries and on subsequent European art.

Michelangelo I INTRODUCTION Michelangelo (1475-1564), Italian painter, sculptor, architect, and poet whose artistic accomplishments exerted a tremendous influence on his contemporaries and on subsequent European art. Michelangelo considered the male nude to be the foremost subject in art, and he explored its range of movement and expression in every medium. Even his architecture has a human aspect to it, in which a door,...


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From Bulfinch's Mythology: The Golden Fleece - anthology.

From Bulfinch's Mythology: The Golden Fleece - anthology. Following is the story of how the Greek mythical hero Jason set off on the ship Argo to recover the golden fleece of a winged ram. This excerpt also includes a section about the magic of the female sorcerer Medea, who loved Jason. In this section, Bulfinch related one of several versions...


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Somalia - geographie.

Somalia - geographie. 1 EINLEITUNG Somalia, Republik in Ostafrika, die im Norden an den Golf von Aden, im Osten an den Indischen Ozean, im Südwesten an Kenia, im Westen an Äthiopien und im Nordwesten an Dschibuti grenzt. Somalia hat eine Fläche von 637 700 Quadratkilometern. Hauptstadt des Landes ist Mogadishu. 2 LAND Somalia ist das östlichste Land Afrikas und nimmt den überwiegenden Teil von Somaliland...


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Republik Sudan - geographie.

Republik Sudan - geographie. 1 EINLEITUNG Republik Sudan, Staat in Nordostafrika, größtes Land auf dem afrikanischen Kontinent. Die Republik Sudan grenzt im Norden an Ägypten, im Osten an das Rote Meer, Eritrea und Äthiopien, im Süden an Kenia, Uganda und die Demokratische Republik Kongo sowie im Westen an die Zentralafrikanische Republik, den Tschad und Libyen. Die Fläche des Landes beträgt 2 505 800...


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Romantik (Sprache & Litteratur).

Romantik (Sprache & Litteratur). 1 EINLEITUNG Romantik (Literatur), geistes- und stilgeschichtliche, vom ausgehenden 18. bis ins erste Drittel des 19. Jahrhunderts reichende Epoche, die Aufklärung und Klassizismus ablöste. Die Romantik war ein gesamteuropäisches Phänomen unterschiedlicher nationaler Ausprägung (vor allem Frankreich, England und Italien) mit Deutschland als Zentrum. Besonders in Frankreich gewann die deutsche romantische Literatur prägenden Einfluss. Der Begriff leitet sich vom altfranzösischen romanz,...


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