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(UNICAMP - 2017)Observe a tirinha abaixo. Na língua portuguesa, a ordem dos algarismos de acordocom o comentário do 5 seria

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(UNICAMP - 2017)Leia os versos iniciais do poema The White Mans Burden(O fardo do homem branco). Take up the White Mans burden Send forth the best ye breed - Go send your sons to exile To serve your captives need To wait in heavy harness On fluttered folk and wild- Your new-caught, sullen peoples, Half devil and half child (...) O poema de Rudyard Kipling foi escrito em Londres, em 1898,após a estadia do autor nos EUA. Considerando-se o contextodo imperialismo do século XIX, o poeta expressa

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2017Inglês

(UNICAMP - 2017) Survey of geopolitics Geopolitics is a product of its time, and its definitions have evolved accordingly. Rudolphh Kjellén, who coined the term in 1899, described geopolitics as the theory of the state as a geographical organism or phenomenon in space. For Karl Haushofer, the father of German geopolotik, Geopolitics is the new national science of the state,(...) a doctrine on the spatial determinism of all political processes, based on the broad foundations of geography, especially of political geography. On the eve of World War II, Derwent Whittlesey, the American political geographer, considered geopolitics a dogma*... the faith that the state is inherently entitled to its place in the sun. Richard Hartshorne defined it as geography utilized for particular purposes that lie beyond the pursuit of scientific knowledge. Conforme o texto, *Dogma: a belief or set of beliefs held by a group or organization, whichothers are expected to accept without argument.

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2017Inglês

(UNICAMP - 2017) A tirinha ironiza uma suposta característica dos ingleses:

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(UNICAMP - 2017) The Birth of My Kitchen-Table Fiction By Haruki Murakami Most people most of us who are part of Japanesesociety graduate from school, then find work, then,after some time has passed, get married. Even Ioriginally intended to follow thatpattern. Yet in reality I married, thenstarted working, then finally managedto graduate. In other words, the order Ichose was the exact opposite to whatwas considered normal. Since I hated the idea of working for acompany, I decided to open my ownestablishment, a place where people could go to listen tojazz records, have a coffee, eat snacks and drink. It was asimple, rather happy-go-lucky kind of idea: running abusiness like that would let me relax listening to myfavorite music from morning till night. O autor do texto

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2017Inglês

(UNICAMP - 2017) Considerando o nome da figura - The Small TalkThermometer -, pode-se depreender que a expressão smalltalk se refere a

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2017Inglês

(UNICAMP - 2017) Ranking Universities by Greenness Universities these days are working hard to improvetheir sustainability credentials, with efforts that includewind power, organic food and competitions to save energy. They are also adding courses related tosustainability and energy. But which university is thegreenest? Several ranking systems have emerged to offer theirtake. The Princeton Review recently came out withits second annual green ratings. Fifteen colleges earned the highest possible score including Harvard, Yale andthe University of California, Berkeley. Another group, the Sustainable Endowment InstitutesGreenReportCard.org, rates colleges on several differentareas of green compliance, such as recycling, student involvement and green building. Its top grade for overallexcellence, an A-, was earned by 15 schools. Conforme o texto, universidades norte-americanas estãose empenhando para

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2017Inglês

(UNICAMP - 2017) Why Everyone Should Read Harry Potter September 9, 2014 Harry Potter is the best selling book series of all time.But its had its reproaches. Various Christian groupsclaimed the books promoted paganism and witchcraft tochildren. Washington Post book critic Ron Charlescalled the fact that adults were also hooked on Potter abad case of cultural infantilism. Charles and othersalso cited a certain artistic banality in assively commercial story-telling, while others criticizedHogwarts, the wizardry academy attended by Potter, foronly rewarding innate talents. The Anglo-American writer Christopher Hitchens, onthe other hand, praised J. K. Rowling for freeing Englishchildrens literature from dreams of riches and class andsnobbery and giving us a world of youthful democracyand diversity. A growing body of evidence suggests thatreading Rowlings work, at least as a youth, might be agood thing. A leitura do excerto permite concluir adequadamente que:

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2017Inglês

(UNICAMP - 2017) Depreende-se das informações da figura que

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2017Inglês

(UNICAMP - 2017) Roman documents discovered We often think that the best information from theRoman world comes from Egypt, where the drynesspreserves papyri. However, in Britain the reverseconditions occur. At Vindolanda a Roman fort locatedtwo miles behind Hadrians Wall the humiditypreserved wooden writing tablets that were thrown intoa bonfire when the fort was evacuated in CE 105. These wooden tablets were one of the most importantdiscoveries made in Roman Britain in the 20th century.They were used not for grand writings but formemoranda and accounts, so they provide the bestinsight into life in the Roman army found anywhere inthe world. One of the tablets says: Octavius to Candidus: I need money. I have bought5,000 bushels of grain, and unless you send me somemoney, I shall lose my deposit and be embarrassed. Os documentos descobertos em Vindolanda

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2017GeografiaInglês

(UNICAMP - 2017) Survey of geopolitics Geopolitics is a product of its time, and its definitions have evolved accordingly. Rudolphh Kjelln, who coined the term in 1899, described geopolitics as the theory of the state as a geographical organism or phenomenon in space. For Karl Haushofer, the father of German geopolotik, Geopolitics is the new national science of the state,() a doctrine on the spatial determinism of all political processes, based on the broad foundations of geography, especially of political geography. On the eve of World War II, Derwent Whittlesey, the American political geographer, considered geopolitics a dogma*... the faith that the state is inherently entitled to its place in the sun. Richard Hartshorne defined it as geography utilized for particular purposes that lie beyond the pursuit of scientific knowledge. Adaptado de Saul Bernard Cohen, Geopolitics of the world system. Boston: Rowman Littlefield Publishers, 2003. p. 11. *Dogma: a belief or set of beliefs held by a group or organization, which others are expected to accept without argument. Conforme o texto,

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