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Pleadings are the statements which are the backbone of every civil suit. No civil suit will come into existence if there are no Pleadings. Pleadings have been defined under Order 6 Rule 1 of CPC which states that Pleading shall be Plaint or Written Statements. Plaint is the statements filed by the Plaintiff in a Civil Court to prove his claim whereas Written statements are the statements defined in Order 8 Rule 1 of CPC which states that defendant should file written statements in 30 days

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Three major events of Liberalism: 1) 1789 French Revolution and Ratification of American Constitution, 2) 1848 Revolutions in Europe (starting in France) meaning the end of Absolutism, 3) 1859 JS Mill did a publication called on liberty in which Mill attempts to establish standards for the relationship between authority and liberty. He emphasizes the importance of individuality which he conceived as a prerequisite to the higher pleasures. Mill criticizes the errors of past attempts to defend

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The Maya civilization were people who lived in Mesoamerica, with Maya languages and Maya religion. They lived there for a long time and some of the Maya people live there even today.

The Maya lived there 4,000 years ago (about 2000 BC). At that date complex societies were living in the Maya region. The staple foods of the Maya diet were cultivated. Their food included maize, beans, squashes, and chili peppers. The first Maya cities developed around 750 BC.

The Maya people used a written language and

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The Anglo-Saxons

Who / From Where: The Anglo-Saxons, made up of three tribes, the Angle, Saxon, and Jute tribes, were migrants from northern Europe who settled in England in the fifth and sixth centuries

Where: they settled south of Hadrian’s Wall, a long stone fortification, because they were lowland and were looking for farming land.

Anglo-Saxons lived in small villages near rivers or forests. Their society was founded on loyalty to the family or clan, and the centre of their communal life

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Sin título 1

-Enclosures: It was the process by which the new English landowners turned the open-fields shared by a community into private properties which were fenced. -Spinning Jenny: It was a spinning frame invented by James Hargreaves in 1764. -Power loom: Patented by Edmund Cartwright in 1785, -Self-acting spinning mule: It was a machine used in factories introduced by Richard Roberts in 1830 which allowed one single person to spin several threads of yarn at the same time. -Steamboat: Created by Robert

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Gallego 8

Portuguese narrative is characterized by a considerable increase in nomine of new writers. The lack of chronological remoteness makes it very complicated to nalise the whole literary production and its implications. The narrative finiscular will be characterized by the coexistence of two tendencies, one closely related to the type of literature that is done today, the literature known as literature kiosk. The other is closely related to our narrative tradition as it collects the influences, the Read More

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Chapter 1 Summary

The narrator of The Great Gatsby is a young man from Minnesota named Nick Carraway. He not only narrates the story but casts himself as the book’s author. He begins by commenting on himself, stating that he learned from his father to reserve judgment about other people, because if he holds them up to his own moral standards, he will misunderstand them. He characterizes himself as both highly moral and highly tolerant. He briefly mentions the hero of his story, Gatsby, saying

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Summary: Chapter 31

Duff and Blathers, the officers, examine the crime scene, while the surgeon and the women try to think of a way to conceal Oliver’s part in the crime. The officers determine that two men and a boy were involved, judging from the footprints and the size of the window. Mr. Losberne tells them that Giles merely mistook Oliver for the guilty party. He tells them that Oliver was wounded accidentally by a spring-gun while trespassing on a neighbor’s property. Giles and Brittles

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Racism at school. Do you think racism is still among us at schools? It does, and actually, there are some schools that are writing programs against it. Children from other etnies or whose parents come from other countries are more likely to deal with comments and even they are more likely to face agressions at school. For this reason, we must teach children this statement: every act has its consequences. If you misbehave there can be a punishment and if you take part into the problem’s solution

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política de mierda

Elements that make up a state: citicents, territory, branches of the government; legislative(makes the laws)  , judicial (ensures that laws are obeyed), executive (applies the laws); laws. The functions of a state: international functions, national security, economic well-being, social services; welfare state: guarantees the economic and social well-being of its citizens. International relations between states: based on cooperation: polítical, economic, military, cultural. conflicts economic,

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