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100 Spanish Words You Need To KnowObviously, you're not going to beable to say everything you want to say with only 100 Spanish words— although you could do surprisingly well with fewer than 1,000.But if you can learn these 100 words and understand how they'reused, you'll be a long way toward being able to communicate freelyin Spanish.Word list: gracias (thanks)ser (to be)a (to)ir (togo)estar (to be)bueno (good)de (of, from)su (your, her, his,their)hacer (to do, to make)amigo (friend)por favor (please)no(no)en (on, in)haber ("to have" as an auxiliary verb)tener (tohave, to possess)un, uno, una (a, one)ahora (now)y (and)que, qué(that, what)por (for, by)amar (to love)quién (who)para (for,to)venir (to come)porque (because)el, la, los, las (the)antes(before)más (more)bien ("well" as an adverb)aquí, allí (here,there)querer (to want, to love)hola (hello)tú (you)poder (to beable)gustar (to be pleasing)poner (to put)casi (almost)saber (toknow)como (like, as)donde (where)dar (to give)pero (but)se (itself,herself, himself, themselves)mucho (much)nuevo (new)cuando(when)chico, chica (boy, girl)entender (to understand)si (if)o(or)feliz (happy)todo (all, every)mismo (same)muy (very)nunca(never)yo, me (I, me)sí (yes)grande (big, great)deber (to owe,should)usted (you)bajo (low, under)otro (other)salir (to leave)hora(hour; see also lesson on telling time)desde (from)ver (tosee)malo, mal (bad)pensar (to think)hasta (until)tanto, tan (usedin making comparisons)entre (between, among)durante (during)llevar(to wear, to carry)siempre (always)empezar (to begin)él, ella,ellos, ellas (he, she, they)leer (to read)cosa (thing)sacar (totake out, to remove)conocer (to know)primero (first)andar (towalk)sobre (over, about)echar (to throw)sin (without)decir (tosay)trabajar (to work)nosotros (we, us)también (also)adiós(goodbye)comer (to eat)triste (sad)país (country)escuchar (tolisten, to listen to)hombre (man)mujer (woman)le (indirect-objectpronoun)creer (to believe, to think)encontrar (to find)beber (todrink)

App Information Spanish words self study book

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    Spanish words self study book
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    com.sepulkary.engspaword
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    October 22, 2014
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    3.0
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Калькулятор нормального веса 2.1 APK
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Введите свои параметры или параметры своего ребенка и определите,насколько масса тела соответствует норме. Если вес значительнопревышает норму, калькулятор не только рассчитает нормальный вес,но и наметит промежуточные ориентиры, достижение которыхсущественно снизит нагрузку на организм.Под одной удобной оболочкойКалькулятора веса спрятано несколько математических моделей дляопределения нормальной массы: отдельно рассчитывается норма длявзрослых, отдельно для детей (можно рассчитать норму массы теладаже для новорожденного ребенка), отдельно для беременных женщин.Пользуйтесь на здоровье!Для расчета нормы массы тела взрослыхприменяют индекс массы тела (ИМТ). В первой половине XIX векабельгийский ученый Адольф Кетле заметил, что норма веса взрослогочеловека хорошо интерполируется функцией вида BMI = W/H2, где BMI(body mass index, индекс массы тела) — переменная, получающаясяпутем деления веса (W) человека на его рост (H), возведенный вквадрат. Более того, через столетие, в 1972 году американскийученый Ансель Кис установил, что если основываться только на ростеи весе человека, формула Кетле хорошо предсказывает содержание жирав человеческом организме, а следовательно, и недостаток,переизбыток или норму веса.Как следует из сказанного выше,определить свой ИМТ очень легко — поделите свой вес на рост,возведенный в квадрат.Для облегчения определения ИМТ мы сделали двеспециальные таблицы: «Какой у меня ИМТ?» и «Как далеко я отидеального веса?». Первая таблица в удобной наглядной текстовойформе повторяет рисунок из английской статьи об ИМТ на «Википедии».По ней Вы можете определить ИМТ без расчетов, просто найдя строку истолбец, соответствующие Вашему росту и весу. Вторая таблицагораздо интереснее. В ней указаны сразу количество лишних илинедостающих килограмм, которые Вам надо набрать. Можно дажераспечатать ее и повесить на стенку — каждый может взглянуть на нееи тут же определить, что и насколько не так с его весом.Для детей ибеременных женщин одной универсальной формулы найти не удалось,поэтому для определения нормы применяют так называемые "центильныетаблицы". Несмотря на странное название, в центильных таблицах нетничего сложного. Представьте, что сотню детей построили, как науроке физкультуры, по росту. Тех из них, что стоят ближе к центру,назовут "нормальными", тех великанов, что стоят в начале шеренги,определят "высокорослыми" (трое первых, самых высоких составят"центильный интервал 97 %"), а троих последних, самых маленьких,назовут "низкорослыми" (трое, стоящие в самом конце, будут"центильным интервалом 3 %"). Поэтому не волнуйтесь, если ростребенка или прибавка веса во время беременности не соответствуютнорме. Ведь если существуют люди с нормальным, то есть средним,развитием, то существуют и те, кто развивается со скоростью вышеили ниже среднего.Измеряя рост и вес детей разных возрастов, ученыестроят центильные таблицы, по которым педиатры определяют,нормально ли развивается ребенок. Вы же можете определить нормуроста и массы тела Вашего ребенка или прироста Вашего веса прибеременности при помощи расположенного выше Калькулятора.Такжецентильные таблицы создают для определения нормы окружности головы,окружности груди и других параметров. Для примера ниже приведеныцентильные таблицы роста и массы тела для девочек и мальчиков.Чтобы не вычислять норму по подобным таблицам, Вы можетевоспользоваться нашим Калькулятором.Если Вы хотите, чтобы вКалькулятор была добавлена новая функция или чтобы он стал болееудобным, или просто хотите сообщить что-то разработчикам — оставьтеотзыв. Ваше мнение очень важно для нас!Полностью русскоязычныйинтерфейс.Enter your parameters or the parameters of their childand determine how much weight is correct. If the weight exceeds thenorm, the calculator will calculate not only the normal weight, butwill schedule interim targets, the achievement of which willsignificantly reduce the load on the body.Under one convenientshell weight calculator hidden several mathematical models todetermine normal weight: the rate is calculated separately foradults, separately for children (you can calculate the rate ofweight gain, even for a newborn child), separately for pregnantwomen. Use and enjoy!To calculate the rate of body weight are usedadult body mass index (BMI). In the first half of the XIX centuryBelgian scientist Adolphe Quetelet observed that the rate of adultbody weight is well interpolated by the function BMI = W/H2, whereBMI (body mass index, BMI) - a variable which is obtained bydividing the weight (W) man on his height (H), squared. Moreover, acentury later, in 1972, the American scientist Ancel Keys showedthat if based only on height and weight man, Quetelet formulapredicts well the fat in the human body, and hence the lack of, orexcess of normal weight.As can be seen from the above, determineyour BMI is very easy - divide your weight by height squared.Tofacilitate the determination of BMI, we did two special tables:"What is my BMI?" And "How far away from us the ideal weight? '.The first table in a comfortable visual text form repeats thepattern of the English article on BMI "Wikipedia". On it you cannot determine the BMI calculations, simply find the row and columncorresponding to your height and weight. The second table is muchmore interesting. It gives the right amount of missing or extrapounds that you have to collect. You can even print it out and hangit on the wall - everyone can look at it and then decide what andhow much is wrong with his weight.For children and pregnant women,a universal formula is not found, so the rules are used todetermine the so-called "tsentilnye the table." Despite the strangename, in tsentilnyh tables is easy. Imagine that hundreds ofchildren have built, as in gym class in terms of growth. Those thatare closest to the center, will be called "normal", those giantsthat stand at the beginning of rows, determine the "tall" (thefirst three, the highest amount to "tsentilny interval 97%"), andthree of the latter, the very young, will be called "undersized"(three of them, standing at the end, will be "tsentilnym intervalof 3%"). So do not worry if the child's height or weight gainduring pregnancy is not correct. After all, if there are peoplewith normal, ie average, development, and then there are those whoare developing at a rate above or below the average.By measuringthe height and weight of children of different ages, scientists arebuilding tsentilnye tables that pediatricians determine whethernormally developing child. You can determine the rate of height andweight of your child or your weight gain during pregnancy with theupstream Calculator.Tsentilnye also create tables to determine therate of head circumference, chest circumference and otherparameters. For example, the following table shows the tsentilnyeheight and weight for girls and boys. In order not to calculate therate for similar tables, you can use our calculator.If you want thecalculator has been added a new feature, or make it morecomfortable, or just want to communicate something to thedevelopers - leave a review. Your opinion is very important tous!Fully Russian interface.
Animal ABC 1.3 APK
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Animal ABC Alphabet for Kids - set of wild nature photos withdescription, from Alligator and Antelope to Yak and Zebra.List ofanimals:01 Alligator. Alligator from Oasis Park02 Alligator. AlbinoAlligator in Water03 Antelope. Blackbuck antelope of India04Antelope. Antelope in Samburu05 Baboon. Olive baboon06 Baboon.Baboon with mother, Tanzania07 Badger. European badger08 Badger.American badger09 Camel. Dromedary camel10 Camel. Bactrian camel11Cat. African wild cat12 Cat. American feral farm cat13 Deer. StagRed Deer14 Deer. White-tailed deer in Canada15 Dog. LabradorRetriever16 Dog. Mixed-breed dog17 Echidna. Short-beaked echidna 18Echidna. Echidna curled into a ball19 Elephant. African elephant inTanzania20 Elephant. Asian elephant in India21 Fox. Fennec fox22Fox. Red fox from Colorado23 Frog. Australian green tree frog24Frog. Panamanian golden frog25 Gazelle. Mhorr gazelle26 Gazelle.Thomson's gazelle27 Giraffe. West African giraffe28 Giraffe.Giraffe bending down to drink29 Hamster. Syrian hamster30 Hamster.Roborovski hamster31 Hippopotamus. 32 Hippopotamus. Hippounderwater33 Jackal. A black-backed jackal in Namibia34 Jackal.Golden jackal35 Jaguar from Norfolk, England36 Jaguar. Melanistic(black) jaguar37 Kangaroo. Red kangaroo at Taronga Zoo38 Kangaroo.Western grey kangaroos39 Koala. Mother with joey on back40 Koala onKangaroo Island41 Lemur. Ring-tailed lemur42 Lemur. 43 Lion. Malelion44 Lion. Female lion (lioness)45 Manatee. Antillean manatee46Manatee.47 Meerkat. At Victoria, Australia48 Meerkats At AucklandZoo49 Newt. Red-spotted newt50 Newt. Alpine Newt51 Nightingale.Common Nightingale52 Octopus. 53 Opossum. Virginia Opossum54Parrot. Blue-and-yellow Macaw55 Parrot. Uvea Parakeet56 Penguin.Adelie Penguin feeding young57 Penguin. Humboldt Penguins58 Quail.Brown Quail59 Quail. Mountain Quail60 Quelea. Cardinal Quelea61Quelea. Red-headed Quelea62 Rabbit. Eastern Cottontail63 Rabbit.European rabbit64 Rat. Laboratory Zucker rat65 Rat. Brown rat66Salamander. A fire salamander in Greece67 Salamander. Southerntorrent salamander68 Scorpion. Compsobuthus werneri with young69Scorpion. The deathstalker70 Tapir. A Baird's tapir in Belize71Tapir. A mountain tapir72 Termite. Worker termite73 Termite. Workertermite74 Viper. Mexican west coast rattlesnake75 Vulture. GriffonVulture soaring76 Walrus on Alaska, Bering Sea77 Walrus. YoungPacific walruses78 Wasp. German wasp79 Wasp. European beewolf80Yak. Yak at central Nepal.81 Yak. Domestic Yak at zoo in New York82Zebra. Zebras in Mikumi, Tanzania83 Zebra. Zebras in Botswana
Bear Wallpapers HD 1.3 APK
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Сollection of Deer wallpapers, 51 images.Features:Save to SDSet aswallpaperBears are mammals of the family Ursidae. Bears areclassified as caniforms, or doglike carnivorans, with the pinnipedsbeing their closest living relatives. Although only eight speciesof bears are extant, they are widespread, appearing in a widevariety of habitats throughout the Northern Hemisphere andpartially in the Southern Hemisphere. Bears are found on thecontinents of North America, South America, Europe, and Asia.Commoncharacteristics of modern bears include large bodies with stockylegs, long snouts, shaggy hair, plantigrade paws with fivenonretractile claws, and short tails. While the polar bear ismostly carnivorous and the giant panda feeds almost entirely onbamboo, the remaining six species are omnivorous, with varieddiets.With the exceptions of courting individuals and mothers withtheir young, bears are typically solitary animals. They aregenerally diurnal, but may be active during the night (nocturnal)or twilight (crepuscular), particularly around humans. Bears areaided by an excellent sense of smell, and despite their heavy buildand awkward gait, they can run quickly and are adept climbers andswimmers. In autumn, some bear species forage large amounts offermented fruits, which affects their behaviour. Bears useshelters, such as caves and burrows, as their dens; most speciesoccupy their dens during the winter for a long period of sleepsimilar to hibernation.Bears have been hunted since prehistorictimes for their meat and fur. To this day, they play a prominentrole in the arts, mythology, and other cultural aspects of varioushuman societies. In modern times, the bears' existence has beenpressured through the encroachment on their habitats and theillegal trade of bears and bear parts, including the Asian bilebear market. The IUCN lists six bear species as vulnerable orendangered, and even least concern species, such as the brown bear,are at risk of extirpation in certain countries. The poaching andinternational trade of these most threatened populations areprohibited, but still ongoing.Bears are generally bulky and robustanimals with relatively short legs. They are sexually dimorphicwith regard to size, with the males being larger. Larger speciestend to show increased levels of sexual dimorphism in comparison tosmaller species, and where a species varies in size across itsdistribution, individuals from larger-sized areas tend also to varymore. Bears are the most massive terrestrial members of the orderCarnivora. Some exceptional polar bears and Kodiak bears (a brownbear subspecies) have been weighed at over 750 kg (1,700 lb). As towhich species is the largest depends on whether the assessment isbased on which species has the largest individuals (brown bears) oron the largest average size (polar bears), as some races of brownbears are much smaller than polar bears. Adult male Kodiak bearsaverage 480 to 533 kg (1,100 to 1,180 lb) compared to an average of386 to 408 kg (850 to 900 lb) in adult male polar bears, per theGuinness Book of World Records. The smallest bears are the sunbears of Asia, which weigh an average of 65 kg (140 lb) for themales and 45 kg (99 lb) for the females, though the smallest maturefemales can weigh only 20 kg (44 lb). All "medium"-sized bearspecies (which include the other five extant species) are aroundthe same average weight, with males averaging around 100 to 120 kg(220 to 260 lb) and females averaging around 60 to 85 kg (130 to190 lb).Legal notice: We believe our images fall under the fair usedoctrine as they are reduced size and excerpted for informationalpurposes/or public domain. However, if you would like to requestremoval of an image from our collection for copyright reasons, feelfree to contact us at me@sepulkary.com and we'll be happy tooblige.
Van Gogh Wallpapers set 2 1.3 APK
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Van Gogh Wallpapers set 2Mega collection of paintings of Vincentvan Gogh, part 2. Paintings from Saint-Remy (May 1889 – May1890).Features:Save to SDSet as wallpaperLegal notice: We believeour images fall under the fair use doctrine as they are reducedsize and excerpted for informational purposes/or public domain.However, if you would like to request removal of an image from ourcollection for copyright reasons, feel free to contact us atme@sepulkary.com and we'll be happy to oblige.On 8 May 1889,accompanied by his carer, the Reverend Salles, Van Gogh committedhimself to the hospital at Saint Paul-de-Mausole. A formermonastery in Saint-Remy less than 20 miles (32 km) from Arles, themonastery is located in an area of cornfields, vineyards and olivetrees at the time run by a former naval doctor, Dr. TheophilePeyron. Theo arranged for two small rooms—adjoining cells withbarred windows. The second was to be used as a studio.During hisstay, the clinic and its garden became the main subjects of hispaintings. He made several studies of the hospital interiors, suchas Vestibule of the Asylum and Saint-Remy (September 1889). Some ofthe work from this time is characterized by swirls—including one ofhis best-known paintings The Starry Night. He was allowed shortsupervised walks, which led to paintings of cypresses and olivetrees, like Olive Trees with the Alpilles in the Background 1889,Cypresses 1889, Cornfield with Cypresses (1889), Country road inProvence by Night (1890). That September he also produced a furthertwo versions of Bedroom in Arles.Limited access to the worldoutside the clinic resulted in a shortage of subject matter. He wasleft to work on interpretations of other artist's paintings, suchas Millet’s The Sower and Noon – Rest from Work (after Millet), aswell as variations on his own earlier work. Van Gogh was an admirerof the Realism of Jules Breton, Gustave Courbet and Millet andcompared his copies to a musician's interpreting Beethoven. Many ofhis most compelling works date from this period. His The Round ofthe Prisoners (1890) was painted after an engraving by Gustave Dore(1832–1883). It is suggested that the face of the prisoner in thecenter of the painting and looking toward the viewer is Van Goghhimself, although the noted Van Gogh scholar Jan Hulsker discountsthis.Towards the end of his stay, Van Gogh suffered a severerelapse lasting two month between February and April 1890.Nevertheless he was able to paint and draw a little during thistime and he later wrote Theo that he had made a few small canvases"from memory ... reminisces of the North". Amongst these was TwoPeasant Women Digging in a Snow-Covered Field at Sunset. Hulskerbelieves that this small group of paintings formed the nucleus of alarge number of drawings and study sheets depicting landscapes andfigures that Van Gogh worked on during this time. He comments that,save for this short period, Van Gogh's illness had hardly anyeffect on his work but in these he sees a reflection of Van Gogh'smental health at the time. Also belonging to this period isSorrowing Old Man ('At Eternity's Gate'), a color study thatHulsker describes as "another unmistakable remembrance of timeslong past".List of paintings:A Corner in the Garden of Saint-PaulHospitalA Meadow in the Mountains Le Mas de Saint-PaulA Road atSaint-Remy with Female FigureAt the Foot of the MountainsBlossomingAlmond TreeCottages and Cypresses Reminiscence of the NorthCottagesReminiscence of the NorthCypresses and Two WomenCypresses with TwoFemale FiguresCypressesdescription.txtEnclosed Field withPloughmanEnclosed Field with Rising SunEnclosed Wheat Field withPeasantEntrance to a Quarry near Saint-RemyEntrance to aQuarryEvening Landscape with Rising MoonEvening The End of the Dayafter Milletand other (total 143 paintings)...
Panda Gallery HD 2.0 APK
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Panda Image Gallery.After the appearance of cartoon "Kung Fu Panda"and "Kung Fu Panda 2" interest in the pandas has increasedconsiderably, both adults and children want to know more aboutthese beautiful rare animals. Gallery of photos of pandas will showyou how to look and behave like a panda from all over the world.Alarge panda or bamboo bear - a mammal family of a bear with adistinctive, easily recognizable black and white coloring hair.Giant Pandas live in mountainous regions of central China: Sichuan,Tibet, Shaanxi and Gansu. In the second half of XX century pandahas become almost a national emblem of China.There is also a small(or red) panda, but they are more like foxes, and relatively littleknown.A large panda reaches a length of 1.5 m and weighs 160 kg, sothe feeling that it's cute Chinese bear, can be deceiving. The tailis rather long (for a bear's standards) to 12 cm body is coveredwith thick white fur with black patches around the eyes ("points")and black paws.Few people know that a panda to 6 "fingers" on thefront paws, and the sixth, as opposed "finger" is a modified wristbone. This form of "palm" allows strong hold in the clutches ofbamboo, so that Kung Fu Panda are the truth would be an advantagein battle.In principle, the panda - predatory animals, but, oddlyenough, feed mainly on bamboo, up to 30 kg per day. In the wild,pandas eat bamboo and bamboo shoots, in zoos for their diet add"bamboo cookies". Pandas are omnivores can eat eggs or insects, butif in an area inhabited by pandas, bamboo disappears (for example,after flowering), the pandas face starvation.List of PandaPhotos:01 Panda baby02 Pandas from Wolong03 Mother and daughter04Panda cub Tai Shan and his mother Mei Xiang05 Panda on tree06 SadPanda07 Pandas from Wolong08 Hua Mei from San Diego09 PandasFamily10 Sleeping pandas11 Swimming panda12 Pandas kissing13 Pandasclimbing14 Pandas playing in Sichuan15 Pandas from Chengdu16 Pandacub from Vienna17 Panda chewing bamboo18 Panda from San Diegosunning19 Mei Xiang from Smithsonian's National Park20 Pandabrothers21 Pandas walking under the snow22 Pandas family from SanDiego playing23 Panda from Chengdu posing24 Panda twins25 Pandaeating26 Panda snack time27 Two Pandas from Wolong eating bamboo28Panda resting29 Panda baby sleeping30 New born panda31 Pandas fromSichuan32 Pandas Qiqi and Zhizhi eat at the Chengdu Base33 Pandafrom Adelaide34 Seven month old panda cub Fu Long35 Walking panda36Autumn panda37 Winter panda38 Panda from Edinburgh39 Panda baby40Panda on tree41 Newborn baby pandas from ChengduThank you for yourinterest for live nature, enjoy this Panda Gallery.
Van Gogh Wallpapers set 1 1.3 APK
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Van Gogh Wallpapers set 1Mega collection of paintings of Vincentvan Gogh, part 1. Paintings from Auvers-sur-Oise (May–July1890).Features:Save to SDSet as wallpaperLegal notice: We believeour images fall under the fair use doctrine as they are reducedsize and excerpted for informational purposes/or public domain.However, if you would like to request removal of an image from ourcollection for copyright reasons, feel free to contact us atme@sepulkary.com and we'll be happy to oblige.In May 1890, Van Goghleft the clinic in Saint-Remy to move nearer the physician Dr. PaulGachet in Auvers-sur-Oise, and also to Theo. Gachet was recommendedby Camille Pissarro, had treated several other artists, and washimself an amateur artist. Van Gogh's first impression was thatGachet was "...sicker than I am, I think, or shall we say just asmuch." In June 1890 he painted a number of portraits of thephysician, including Portrait of Dr. Gachet, and his only etching;in each the emphasis is on Gachet's melancholic disposition. VanGogh stayed at the Auberge Ravoux, where he paid 3 francs and 50centimes to rent an attic room measuring 75 square feet (7.0m2).Before he left, In his last weeks at Saint-Remy, Van Gogh'sthoughts returned to his "memories of the North", and several ofthe approximately 70 oils he painted during his 70 days inAuvers-sur-Oise, such as The Church at Auvers, are reminiscent ofnorthern scenes.Wheat Field with Crows (July 1890) is an example ofthe double square technique he developed in the last weeks of hislife. In its turbulent intensity, it is among his most haunting andelemental works. It is often mistakenly believed to be his lastwork, Hulsker lists seven paintings that postdate it.Barbizonpainter Charles Daubigny had moved to Auvers in 1861, and this inturn drew other artists there, including Camille Corot and HonoreDaumier.List of paintings:01 Daubigny s Garden 202 Daubigny sGarden 303 Daubigny s Garden04 Doctor Gachet s Garden in Auvers05Ears of Wheat06 Farmhouse with Two Figures07 Field with Poppies08Field with Stacks of Wheat09 Field with Wheat Stacks10 Garden inAuvers11 Haystacks under a Rainy Sky12 Houses in Auvers 213 Housesin Auvers14 Landscape at Auvers in the Rain15 Carriage and Train inthe Background16 Landscape with the Chateau of Auvers at Sunset17Landscape with Three Trees and a House18 Marguerite Gachet at thePiano19 Marguerite Gachet in the Garden20 Plain Near Auvers21Adeline Ravoux 222 Adeline Ravoux 323 Adeline Ravoux24 Portrait ofDoctor Gachet 225 Portrait of Doctor Gachet L Homme a la Pipe26Portrait of Doctor Gachet27 Glass with Carnations28 Glass with WildFlowers29 Japanese Vase with Roses and Anemones30 Pink Roses31 RedPoppies and Daisies32 Vase with Flower and Thistles33 Vase withRose-Mallows34 Thatched Cottages at Cordeville35 Cottages by aHill36 Cottages in Jorgus37 Thatched Cottages38 Sandstone Cottagesin Chaponval39 The Church at Auvers40 The Fields41 The Grove42 TheHouse of Pere Eloi43 The House of Pere Pilon44 The LittleArlesienne45 The Little Stream46 The White House at Night47 TreeRoots and Trunks48 Two Children 249 Two Children50 Two WomenCrossing the Fields51 Undergrowth with Two Figures52 View of Auverswith Church53 View of Auvers54 View of Vessenots Near Auvers55Village Street and Steps in Auvers with Figures56 Village Streetand Steps in Auvers with Two Figures57 Village Street in Auvers58Vineyards with a View of Auvers59 Wheat Field at Auvers with WhiteHouse60 Under Clouded Sky61 Cornflowers62 Wheat Field with Crows63Wheat Fields at Auvers Under Clouded Sky64 near Auvers65 WheatFields with Auvers in the Background66 Wild Flowers and Thistles ina Vase67 Young Girl Standing Against a Background of Wheat68 YoungPeasant Woman with Straw Hat Sitting in the Wheat
Little Pony Gallery Wallpapers 2.0 APK
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After the appearance of cartoon "My Little Pony" interest to theponies has increased considerably, both adults and children want toknow more about these beautiful rare animals.A pony is a smallhorse. Depending on context, a pony may be a horse that is under anapproximate or exact height at the withers, or a small horse with aspecific conformation and temperament. There are many differentbreeds. Compared to other horses, ponies often exhibit thickermanes, tails and overall coat, as well as proportionally shorterlegs, wider barrels, heavier bone, thicker necks, and shorter headswith broader foreheads. The word "pony" derives from the old Frenchpoulenet, meaning foal, a young, immature horse, but this is notthe modern meaning; unlike a horse foal, a pony remains small whenfully grown. However, on occasion, people who are unfamiliar withhorses may confuse an adult pony with a foal.The ancestors of mostmodern ponies developed small stature due to living on the marginsof livable horse habitat. These smaller animals were domesticatedand bred for various purposes all over the northern hemisphere.Ponies were historically used for driving and freight transport, aschildren's mounts, for recreational riding, and later ascompetitors and performers in their own right. During theIndustrial Revolution, particularly in Great Britain, a significantnumber were used as pit ponies, hauling loads of coal in themines.Ponies are generally considered intelligent and friendly,though sometimes they also are described as stubborn or cunning.Properly trained ponies are appropriate mounts for children who arelearning to ride. Larger ponies can be ridden by adults, as poniesare usually strong for their size. In modern use, manyorganizations define a pony as a mature horse that measures lessthan 14.2 hands (58 inches, 147 cm) at the withers, but there are anumber of exceptions. Different organizations that use a strictmeasurement model vary from 14 hands (56 inches, 142 cm) to nearly14.3 hands (59 inches, 150 cm). Many breeds classify an animal aseither horse or pony based on pedigree and phenotype, no matter itsheight. Some full-sized horses may be called "ponies" for variousreasons of tradition or as a term of endearment.Pony breeds havedeveloped all over the world, particularly in cold and harshclimates where hardy, sturdy working animals were needed. They areremarkably strong for their size. Breeds such as the Connemarapony, are recognized for their ability to carry a full-sized adultrider. Pound for pound ponies can pull and carry more weight than ahorse. Draft-type ponies are able to pull loads significantlygreater than their own weight, with larger ponies capable ofpulling loads comparable to those pulled by full-sized drafthorses, and even very small ponies able to pull as much as 450percent of their own weight.Nearly all pony breeds are very hardy,easy keepers that share the ability to thrive on a more limiteddiet than that of a regular-sized horse, requiring half the hay fortheir weight as a horse, and often not needing grain at all.However, for the same reason, they are also more vulnerable tolaminitis and Cushing's syndrome. They may also have problems withhyperlipemia.Ponies are generally considered intelligent andfriendly, though sometimes they also are described as stubborn orcunning. The differences of opinion often result from an individualpony's degree of proper training. Ponies trained by inexperiencedindividuals, or only ridden by beginners, can turn out to bespoiled because their riders typically lack the experience base tocorrect bad habits. Properly trained ponies are appropriate mountsfor children who are learning to ride. Larger ponies can be riddenby adults, as ponies are usually strong for their size.
World War II Aircraft Fighters 2.8 APK
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World War II Aircraft Fighters HandbookYou can download applicationwithout ads hereThe Handbook of aircraft of World War II includesall the aircraft (except Heavy fighters and Jet- and rocket-propelled fighters) used by those countries which were at warduring World War II from the period between their joining theconflict and the conflict ending for them.A fighter aircraft is amilitary aircraft designed primarily for air-to-air combat againstother aircraft, as opposed to bombers and attack aircraft, whosemain mission is to attack ground targets. The hallmarks of afighter are its speed, maneuverability, and small size relative toother combat aircraft.Many fighters have secondary ground-attackcapabilities, and some are designed as dual-purpose fighter-bombers(like a P-47 Thunderbolt or Fairey Fox). Often, aircraft that donot fulfill the standard definition are called fighters. This maybe for political or national security reasons, for advertisingpurposes or other reasons.A fighter's main purpose is to establishair superiority over a battlefield. Since World War I, achievingand maintaining air superiority has been essential for victory inconventional warfare. The success or failure of a belligerent'sefforts to gain air supremacy hinges on several factors includingthe skill of its pilots, the tactical soundness of its doctrine fordeploying its fighters and the numbers and performance of thosefighters. Because of the importance of air superiority, since thedawn of aerial combat armed forces have constantly competed todevelop technologically superior fighters and to deploy thesefighters in greater numbers, and fielding a viable fighter fleetconsumes a substantial proportion of the defense budgets of modernarmed forces.The Second World War featured fighter combat on alarger scale than any other conflict to date. German Field MarshalErwin Rommel noted the effect of airpower: "Anyone who has tofight, even with the most modern weapons, against an enemy incomplete command of the air, fights like a savage against modernEuropean troops, under the same handicaps and with the same chancesof success." Throughout the conflict, fighters performed theirconventional role in establishing air superiority through combatwith other fighters and through bomber interception, and manyfighters were also pressed into service in additional roles such astactical air support and reconnaissance.he approach of differentbelligerents to fighter design varied widely, with the Japanese andItalians favoring lightly armed and armored but highly maneuverabledesigns such as the Japanese Nakajima Ki-27, Nakajima Ki-43 andMitsubishi A6M Zero.Handbook including:Biplane fighteraircrafts:Avia B-534Avia BH-33A.W.35 ScimitarBoeing P-12Type 105Bristol BulldogFairey Firefly IIFairey FoxFiat CR.32FiatCR.42Gloster GauntletGloster Sea GladiatorGrumman FFGrummanF3FHawker DemonHawker FuryHawker NimrodHeinkel He 51He 51WseaplaneKawasaki Ki-10Monoplane fighter aircrafts:Bell P-39AiracobraBell P-63 KingcobraBoeing P-26 PeashooterBrewster F2ABuffaloCurtiss P-36 HawkCAC BoomerangCaudron C.714Curtiss P-40WarhawkCurtiss-Wright CW-21Dewoitine D.500Fiat G.50FiatG.55Focke-Wulf Fw 190Focke-Wulf Ta 152Grumman F6F HellcatGrummanF8F BearcatHawker HurricaneHawker TyphoonTempestHeinkel He 112IAR80Ikarus IK-2Kawanishi N1KKawasaki Ki-61Kawasaki Ki-100MacchiC.200Macchi C.202 FolgoreMacchi C.205 VeltroMesserschmitt Bf109Mitsubishi A5MMitsubishi A6M ZeroNakajima Ki-27NakajimaKi-43North American P-51 MustangNorth American P-64PZL P.7ReggianeRe.2000Reggiane Re.2001Reggiane Re.2005Republic P-43 LancerRepublicP-47 ThunderboltRogozarski IK-3Supermarine SpitfireVought F4UCorsairVultee P-66 VanguardYakovlev Yak-7You can save every imageto SD card or set as wallpaper
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