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Farming bocage openfield

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Natural landscapes:

the enviroments that have not been trensformed by man.


on agriculture we use fire and we have transformed the enviroment irreversibly.
ordered an enviroment created by a society with strong human impanct.
active population peolple working with a salary betw e en 16 and 65 .
employed with a salary.
unemployed young people.
bocage the lands separated wood wall ,stone wall.

Extensive farming:

basic crops are produced for example: vineyards, cereals, wheat and olives.
open field system not divided up by hedges.
intensive farming using new technology and chemicals.
organic farming using artificial fertilisers weed killers and insecticides.

Intensive cattle raising

when in the past they were essencial for fertilisin fields.
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Training "mixed fibers" muscle

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Overload = Fitness can only be improved throught training more than you normally do.
Progression = Start slowly and gradually increase the amount of exercise you do.
Specificity = Emphasizing a ceratin aspect in your programme that you wish to improve.
Individual needs = The programme should be adapted to each individual depending on their fitness levels and the exercise they are doing.
Training threshold = Minimum rate at which the heart must work in order to bring about fitness improvements.
Moderation = Getting the balance between not training enoguh and training too much or over training.
Reversibility = Any adaptation that takes place as a consequence of training will be reversed when you stop training.


How often we train (at least
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Why did the checks rebel(1968)â¢freedom of expression
.â .â people wanted to be able to discuss ideas openly.â¢people â .â wanted to be able to set up parties and vote free .â¢workers â .â wanted more in say how were run.â¢end the rule of terrror of secret police.â¢better the standard of livingâ¢be able to chose what products do make and gain profits.Why did Soviets invade after some reforms were made to bring graeter freedom of expression, public opinion and censorship of the press as well as industry soviets decided if it continued it will be a threat to the sphere of influence and will spread to other countries. Resultsâ¢east and west relations-protest by west and a hault in negotiations to end
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Have you been to a jazz club? has she ridden a streetcar?

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9 What does she look like?, she's tall. Whith red hair
How old is she? She`s about 32
How tall is she? She`s 1 meter 88, he`s quite short
How long is her hair? It`s medium length
young(joven) middle aged (mediana) elderly(viejo) handsome (rico)
pretty(bonita) long hair, short, bald (pelao)
10 Have you been to a jazz club?
Yes,i`ve been to several.No I have`nt

Has she ridden in a streetcar?

yes, she`s ridden in one,no,he hasn`t
How long have you lived in miami, I`ve lived here for six months.I love it here....I`ve lived here since las year.I`m really happy here.
11 What can I do in mexico city? you can see the
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Business Forecasting

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Week 1 - Introduction to Forecasting

Forecasting - is the prediction of future events or future outcomes of key variables. An accurate prediction of outcomes can provide improved certainty and assist in the decision making and planning process.

The purpose of forecasting is to identify problems, opportunities and threats before they happen. By being proactive greater efficiency, profitability and longevity can be achieved.

When forecasting the assumption is that the conditions of the past will be similar to the conditions of the future apart from variables specifically recognised by the forecasting model.

Time Horizons:

  • Short-term → immediate strategies to meet needs of short-term (operational)
  • Medium-tem → mix of operational and strategic forecasts
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We could say a person is famous when many people know him or her one exmaple of a famous person is tom cruise.There are many kiuds of famous people but we are going to organize them in two groups the people who deseerve being famous because the workerd a lot for it and people who dont lik belen esteban//first of all, we are going to talk about the advantages and the disadvanttages. On the other hand, you have much money that you can spend it in all you want, for example: in big houses, cool cars, etc. you have too many admirers that support also have preferences in many things for example when you want to ho to an exclusive restaurant you are the first to come in.//on the other hand, you don’t hace much privacy and your life is public

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Why were Jim and his mother in danger if they stayed at the inn?
-Because i told my mother about Black Dog and Blin Pew. I told her they wanted a map from the captain and they knew they captain is here that's why Jim and him is in the danger.
wher was the key to the chest?
-The key to the oest was on a string round the captain's neck.
Where will Mrs Howkins and Jim spend the ninght?
-Mrs Howkings spend night in the house of Mrs and Mr Jones and Jim in house of Dr livesey's.
Capitulo 5
How did Squire tre jawney know about hint and the..
-The new Because often go to Bristol and the knew many of the captain and sailors there
What did Dr Livesey,squire Trelawney and Jim decide to do?
-They decide to go yo Bristol and buy best ship og the England
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1. Inglesaaaaa

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Infor: It was nice to hear from you. We are miles away from each other and I haven’t heard from you for ages. What have you been up to? I was fully aware of the importance that it has for you, so I'm going to help you the best that I can. That weekend sounds more than wonderful, I couldn’t believe my eyes, so how could I say no? …is a wonderful idea; a trip…sounds great It would be great if you could come to; I just love the idea of ; It feels me with envy. It was nice of you to invite me, but I would prefer/ unfortunately, I won’t be able to... It's a shame. Thanks for inviting me but...Give my regards to everyone, see you soon. I’m looking forward to hearing from you. Write back as soon as you can. Yours/all the best/take... Continuar leyendo "1. Inglesaaaaa" »


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I hope that you are nice. I sit have not written to him for centuries. This has been a term really occupied in the school, and I have had examinations also. But it is finished finally, and now I have vacations! In the pascua I went with my family to the church. We ate all together in the field house. I made many things, since be going to run, to be going to wallow in the swimming pool, to go out to the river to go fishing with my cousins. But I had liked to go to the karts to do careers with my family and friends. I wait to meet nearly. A kiss...

Math 13

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Old Opie Occasionally Tries Trigonometry And Feels Very Gloomy, Vague, and Hypoactive. Some Say Marry Money, But My Brother Says Big Brains Matter Most. 


Describe the structure and function of a synapse. Include the role of the neurotransmitter, presynaptic membrane, synaptic cleft and postsynaptic membrane. Vesicular synapse Presynaptic membrane releases neurotransmitter, which binds to receptor proteins on the postsynaptic membrane, causing a change in the transmembrane potential of the receptive cell. Define CSF. What produces CSF? Describe the pathway of CSF flow through ventricles. Where does each ventricle lie in the brain. Clear colorless bodily fluid found in the brain and spine. Produced in the choroid plexus of the brain.... Continuar leyendo "Math 13" »