Les Falles


In this index we can see that I will talk about: What are Las Fallas? Here I will explain what they really are because you will see that most of the people think that they are a different thing than what they really are. Secondly, I will talk about Their history for example their origin or when and why the valencianos started celebrating it. Then, the different events and processes that the people need to pass to have everything ready for march.

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1.You read in The Wall Street Journal that 30-day T-bills are currently yielding 2%.  Your brother-in-law, a broker at Kyoto Securities, has given you the following estimates of current interest rate premiums on a 1 year bond:

·Liquidity premium = 3%.

·Maturity risk premium = 1.5%.

·Default risk premium = 1.2%.

On the basis of these data, what is the long term treasury bond rate?

               r LTT = r* + IP + MRP = 2 + 1.5 = 3.5%

2.A Treasury bond that matures in 10 years has a yield

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mary wollstonecraft

Hello everyone, my name is Claudia González Torres and today I’m going to talk about Mary Wollstonecraft, one of the first feminist philosopher in history. 

Is most famous for writing the book titled “Vindication of the rights of women”, and being besties with Voltaire, who was a French writer, historian, philosopher and lawyer, and figures as one of the main representatives of the Enlightenment, a period that emphasized the power of human reason and science to the detriment of religion.


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6. Why is the Englishman’s visit referred to as unexplained mystery? Ans: The Englishman’s visit to the Gemini Studios is referred to as an unexplained mystery because no one could decipher his identity, whether he was a poet or an editor. Besides, when he spoke no one at the studio understood what he intended to say as his accent was beyond their comprehension.
1. Who was the English visitor to the studios? Ans: The English visitor to the Gemini Studios was Stephen Spender. He was the editor

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Q 10. How did the European countries resolve their Post Second World War problem? Briefly outline the attempts that led to the formation of the European  Ans. As the Second World War came to an end, many of Europe’s leaders grappled with the ‘Question of Europe’. The Second World War shattered many of the assumptions and structures on which the European states had based their relations. In 1945, the European states confronted the ruin of their economies and the destruction of the assumptions

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(WB)PG.42. 1)1.The police warned the people to keep away from the crime…2.We wanted to know why the police officer was arresting him.3.The laywer advised her client not to wear jeans when he appeared in court the next day.4.My mum remainded me to lock the door when I left that afternoon.5.John denied that he had painted graffiti…6. The bank robber refused to tell detective where he had hidden…7.The victim complained that the police hadn’t turned up. 2)1.The policeman ordered the suspect to Read More