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PRESSURE CONTROL VALVES 1.Discuss the function of the pressure control valves in hydraulic power systems. The control of hydraulic power in hydraulic power systems is carried out by means of control valves. The control requirements are imposed by the function of the system. The parameters of the mechanical power delivered to the load are managed hydraulically by controlling the pressure, flow rate, or the direction of flow. 2.In a sketch, draw the classification, the function and the symbol of

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The brain is like a living sculpture, every time you learn something new, your brain is changing in various ways– 1. Neuronal Death, 2. Neuronal Pruning 3. Lateralization 4. Myelination 5. New neural connections (Brain isn’t fully mature until they are 20ish) 
Sensitive periods: is animal studies confirm that early, extreme sensory deprivation results in permanent brain damage and loss of functions, this verified the existence of of sensitive periods in brain development. (Example of kitten/children
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ITAL:fall.o.rom.emp(476)to.creat.of.otal.by.napoleon(1805) italy no nation
C.VIENA-italy.was.org.into7statesunder.dif.govern
LIBERAL.REV-1820carbonari:found.naplesXIX nacionalist liberals
RISORGIMIENT-rev.inic.spain.fer12.firm.const1812 3indep.war.ital

1859:cavour.1.minister.o.piedmont-sardinia want a const monarchy
1-unif nor italy territ contr by austr napolIIIof fr supor him against austria battles.o.magenta.solfernio.they defeated.austria.created.kingd.o.piedmont
sardinia piedmont lombardy and sardinia
1860:
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F. S. Fitzgerald (1896-1940) The Great Gatsby

American dream and masculinity, they need to be successful, economic success mainly, immortality, have some values, go to work. Republican ideas of democracy and freedom, it is supposed that your origin doesn’t matter, you came and you could do someone else. Illusion vs reality.Jazz age: it implies a time of adventure, going to parties, but it is a political novel in disguise, it questions the American economic system. It was written in the in-war

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BITE YOUR FINGERNAILS/BOW YOUR HEAD/ COVER YOUR MOUTH/ CROSS YOUR FINGERS/ FIDGET=ESTAR INQUIETO/ FOLDER YOUR ARMS / FROWN/ GIVE A THUMBS UP/ GRIMACE/ GRIN/ NOD YOUR HEAD/ POINT/ POUT/ PURSE YOUR LIPS/ RAISE YOUR EYEBROWS/ SCOWL/ SCRATCH YOUR HEAD/ SHAKE YOUR HEAD/ SHRUG YOUR SHOULDERS/ WINK= GUIÑO/ WAVE/ YAWN/ ANNOYANCE/ ANXIETY/ BOREDOM/ CONFUSION/ DISAPPROVAL/ FEAR/ PAIN=DOLOR/ SHAME= VERGUENZA/

MODALS IN THE past

May + might + could have  SPECULATING ABOUT THE PAST 

Should have + ought (

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1 In the two sentences from the text below the word hand is used both as a noun and as a verb. Complete 1–6 with a part of the body from the box. The word required in a and b is the same.

1 a He’s a reasonable footballer but he can’t HEAD the ball very well.  b The person in charge of a school is known as the HEAD teacher.   /  2 a The EYE of a storm or a hurricane is the centre of it.   b His dirty clothes and scruffy appearance caused the policewoman to EYE him suspiciously.  / 

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SECTION B

SECTION B

1.Discuss the major theories of INTRA/INTERSTATE war in terms of causes and solutions.

How does the ‘levels of analysis’ approach relate to general theories of war? Can these approaches be combined?

How do concepts such as state failure and ethnic war add to our understanding of this problem? What role might humanitarian military intervention play as an international response to such problems?

‘limited war’

INTERSTATE Summary The study of interstate war still occurs to a large

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gene idea the model that says that parents pass on discrete heritable unit-genes-that retain their separate identities in offspring Character a heritable feature that varies among individuals (color) Trait specific characteristic that varies from one individual to another (purple) true-breeding term used to describe organisms that produce offspring identical to themselves if allowed to self-pollinate hybridization the act of mixing different species or varieties of animals or plants and thus to

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INT.LOGISTICS

8 ESSENTIAL QUALITIES THAT DEFIE GREAT LEADERSHIP: 1)Sincere enthusiasm: true enthusiasm for a business (its products and its mission cannot be faked 2)Integrity: all time: acknowledging mistakes, putting safety and quality first. They do what´s right, even if that isn´t the best thing for the current Project or even the bottom line. 3)Great Com Skills: Leaders must motivate, instruct and discipline the people they are in charge of. Remember that listening is an integral part of comm. 4)Loyalty:

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Biología, cells

CELL: the building blocks of the living organisms.
Structure cell: 
- Plasma membrane. (Lipids, proteins and carbohydrates). Is a very thin and stretchy cover that separates a cell from its environment.
- Cytoplasm. Is the substance contained inside the cells and in which the cell organelles are found. 
- Genetic material. Complex chemical substance that contains information (genetic information) to regulate cells function. 
There are two types of cells, depending on where DNA is located: prokaryotic

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