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Книга Animals. Животные Animals. Животные Книги Иностранные языки Автор: Э. Боума, Т.Б. Клементьева Год издания: 2008 Формат: pdf Издат.:Аст-пресс школа Страниц: 48+17 Размер: eighty five Язык: Английский0 (голосов: zero) Оценка:Новый игровой курс английского языка "Животные" знакомит детей с разнообразным миром животных, учит называть по-английски обитателей фермы; зверей, птиц, насекомых леса, зоопарка; морских обитателей, а также ребята запомнят множество новых глаголов и прилагательных. Песни, стихи, подвижные и пальчиковые игры, весёлые задания делают процесс изучения увлекательным. Вкомплекте: книгаученика и рабочая тетрадь. Для детей дошкольного и младшего школьного возраста (4-7 лет).

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In the same year, in Arizona, 24 people went down with an at first inexplicable fever. Twelve died. The outbreak is believed 47 T H E S T O R Y O F R AT S to be related to global warming, which has led to prolonged droughts intermittently broken by exceptional rains. The rains allow sudden but brief increases in the food of wild rodents, both plants (nuts) and insects. The rodents and their viruses multiply; but the food supply soon declines and the hungry rodents invade urban areas and infect people.

1300–1367), a famous surgeon, acknowledged the humiliation felt by physicians when faced with the disease. Hecker admires the ‘courageous Guy de Chauliac’, who vindicated the honour of medicine, by bidding defiance to danger; boldly and constantly assisting the affected, and disdaining the excesses of his colleagues who . . held that the contagion justified flight. Often doctors could do no more than urge their patients to seek salvation by confessing their sins. Others, however, preferred to emphasise the salutary effect of cheerfulness, instead of preoccupation with sin and death.

It has been said to exist in several subspecies distinguished by their colour: black (called Rattus rattus rattus), brown (R. r. alexandrinus) and tawny (R. r. frugivorus). But these colour ‘morphs’ should not be treated as subspecies: they appear in all parts of the species’ vast range and may all occur among the offspring of a single female. The light coloured forms are evidently typical: the black form is common only in the northern parts of its distribution, in Europe and North America. Like Norways, individuals if taken young can be tamed (I have done it); but R.

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