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The original meaning of the word "history" goes back to the ancient Greek term meaning "investigation, recognition, establishment." History was identified with the establishment of authenticity, the truth of events and facts. In ancient Roman historiography (historiography in the modern sense is a branch of historical science that studies its history), this word began to mean not a way of recognizing, but a story about the events of the past. Soon, “history” began to be called in general any story about any case, incident, real or fictional.


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Stories that are popular in one culture or another but not corroborated by third-party sources, such as the Arthurian legends, are usually considered part of the cultural heritage, and not the "unbiased study" that any part of history as a scientific discipline should be.


1. Propaganda posters


2. Illegal


3. Difference


4. Disney


The word history comes from the Greek language (ἱστορία, historia), and comes from the Proto-Indo-European word wid-tor-, where the root is weid-, "to know, to see." In Russian, it is represented by the words "see" and "know".


In ancient Greece, the word "history" meant any knowledge obtained through research, and not just historical knowledge proper in the modern sense. For example, Aristotle used this word in The History of Animals. It is also found in the hymns of Homer, the writings of Heraclitus and the text of the oath to the Athenian state. Ancient Greek also had the word historeîn, "to explore," which at first was used only in Ionia, from where it then spread to all of Greece and, eventually, to the entire Hellenistic civilization.


In the same ancient Greek sense, the word "history" was used by Francis Bacon in the widely used term natural history. For Bacon, history is “knowledge of objects whose place is determined in space and time,” and the source of which is memory (just as science is the fruit of reflection, and poetry is the fruit of fantasy). In medieval England, the word "story" was more often used in the sense of a story in general (story). The special term history (history) as a sequence of past events appeared in the English language at the end of the 15th century, and the word "historical" (historical, historic) - in the 17th century. In Germany, France and Russia, the same word "history" is still used in both senses.


5. Time traveler


6. Vikings


7. Wars


Since historians are both observers and participants in events, their historical writings are written from the point of view of their time and are usually not only politically biased, but also share all the delusions of their era. In the words of Benedetto Croce, "All history is modern history." Historical science provides a true account of the course of history through stories about events and their impartial analysis. In our time, history is created by the efforts of scientific institutions.


All events that remain in the memory of generations, in one authentic form or another, constitute the content of the historical chronicle. This is necessary to identify the sources that are most important for recreating the past. The composition of each historical archive depends on the content of a more general archive in which certain texts and documents are found; although each of them claims "the whole truth", some of these statements are usually refuted. In addition to archival sources, historians can use inscriptions and images on monuments, oral traditions and other sources, such as archaeological ones. By providing sources independent of historical sources, archeology is especially useful for historical research, not only confirming or refuting the testimony of eyewitnesses of events, but also allowing information to be filled in time gaps about which there is no evidence of contemporaries.


History belongs to the humanities by some authors, to the social sciences by others, and may be considered as an area between the humanities and the social sciences. The study of history is often associated with certain practical or theoretical goals, but it can also be a manifestation of ordinary human curiosity.


8. Colonies


9. Any idea


10. Homework


11. Vikings


The term historiography has several meanings. First, it is the science of how history is written, how correctly the historical method is applied, and how it develops. Secondly, the same term refers to a body of historical works, often thematically or otherwise selected from the general body (for example, historiography of the 1960s about the Middle Ages). Thirdly, the term historiography denotes the reasons for the creation of historical works, revealed in the course of their analysis, by the choice of subject matter, the way events are interpreted, the personal convictions of the author and the audience to which he addresses, by the use of evidence or the method of referring to other historians. Professional historians also discuss the possibility of creating a single story about the history of mankind, or a series of such stories, competing for an audience.


The historical method consists in following the principles and rules of working with primary sources and other evidence found during the study and then used in writing a historical work.


Herodotus (484-425 BC) is considered by most historians to be the "father" of this science:


Herodotus of Halicarnassus collected and recorded this information so that the past events would not fall into oblivion over time and the great and surprisingly worthy deeds of both Hellenes and barbarians would not remain unknown, especially why they fought wars with each other.


12. Greece and Rome


13. Nervous


14. Empiers


However, the beginning of the use of scientific methods in history is associated with another of his contemporary, Thucydides, and his book "History of the Peloponnesian War". Unlike Herodotus and his religious colleagues, Thucydides viewed history as a product of the choice and actions of not gods, but people in whom he looked for all causes and effects.


Own traditions and developed methods of historical research existed in ancient and medieval China. The foundations of professional historiography were laid there by Sima Qian (145-90 BC), the author of the Historical Notes. His followers used this work as a model for historical and biographical writings.


Christian and Western historiography in general was greatly influenced by Aurelius Augustine. Up until the 19th century, history was usually seen as the result of a linear development according to a plan determined by the Creator. Hegel also followed this idea, although he gave it a more secular look. From the philosophy of Hegel, the idea of ​​linear historical progress also found its way into the Marxist philosophy of history.


The Arab historian Ibn Khaldun in 1377 analyzed the mistakes that historians often make. He emphasized the cultural differences between the present and the past, which requires careful attention to the sources, highlighting the principles according to which one can evaluate them and, finally, interpret the events and culture of the past. Ibn Khaldun criticized the bias and gullibility of historians. His method laid the foundations for assessing the role of the state, propaganda, communication and systematic bias in historiography, in connection with which Ibn Khaldun is considered the "father of Arabic historiography". Of great importance was the development by Ibn Khaldun of the concept of political and demographic cycles, which was one of the first attempts at a scientific description of historical dynamics.


15. Ra


16. War


17. Karl Marx


Among other historians who influenced the formation of the methodology of historical research, we can mention Ranke, Trevelyan, Braudel, Blok, Fevre, Vogel. The use of scientific methodology in history was opposed by such authors as H. Trevor-Roper. They argued that understanding history requires imagination, so history should be considered not a science, but an art. An equally controversial author, Ernst Nolte, following the classical German philosophical tradition, viewed history as a movement of ideas. Marxist historiography, represented in the West, in particular by the work of Hobsbawm and Deutscher, aims to confirm the philosophical ideas of Karl Marx. Their opponents from anti-communist historiography, such as Pipes and Conquest, offer an anti-Marxist interpretation of history. There is also an extensive historiography from a feminist perspective. A number of postmodern philosophers generally deny the possibility of an unbiased interpretation of history and the existence of scientific methodology in it [source not specified 1140 days]. Recently, cliodynamics, the mathematical modeling of historical processes, has begun to gain more and more strength.


18. Elections


19. Zeus


20. Switzerland


21. Belgian


22. New plan


23. Confusion


24. Common option


25. Dead


26. Good


27. Egypt


28. That’s new


29. Pyramids


30. Germany


31. Library


32. French people


33. Polish people


34. Stress


35. Short explanation


36. England


37. Italy


38. Europeans


39. The church


40. World war



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Science is a special type of human cognitive activity aimed at obtaining, substantiating and systematizing objective knowledge about the world, man, society and knowledge itself, on the basis of which a person transforms reality. 


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Knowledge is created and used in any sphere of human activity, but only in the field of science, the production of new knowledge is not only a means but also the main goal and main product of labor. At the same time, both the scientific knowledge itself and the process of obtaining it have a number of specific features, which, taken together, are not typical for knowledge obtained in other areas of activity.


1. Med school


2. Small things


3. This kid


Science is also understood as a historically developing set of results of intellectual activity systematized in a certain way and the social institution within which it is carried out. In the institutional context, the concept of "science" is used to refer to certain areas of scientific knowledge and the scientific disciplines that constitute them. Modern science is an extremely ramified set of individual scientific branches.


Science as a special kind of intellectual production has its own productive forces, production relations regulated by the relevant norms and standards, as well as the subject and product of labor, and includes many elements: the actual producers of scientific knowledge (scientists); historically determined forms of division and cooperation of scientific labor; conceptual and categorical apparatus of scientific disciplines; procedures for isolating the field of problems, methods and theories that can be defined as scientific; methods of scientific research, verification and systematization of acquired knowledge; scientific institutions; technical support of scientific production; system of scientific information and communications.


4. Stressed out


5. Made you cry


6. Egyptology


The direct functions of science are the study, description, explanation and prediction of reality. At the same time, science represents only one of the cuts of the diversity of the world, therefore it does not exhaust the entire culture (see Culture), but constitutes only one of the areas that interacts with other areas of human creative and cognitive activity: philosophical, artistic, empirical, religious, mythological, ideological and others. However, a clear explication of the specific features of science in the form of signs and definitions turns out to be a rather difficult task. This is evidenced by the variety of definitions of science, the ongoing discussions on the problem of demarcation between it and other forms of knowledge.


Science sets itself the ultimate goal of foreseeing the process of transforming objects of practical activity (an object in its initial state) into corresponding products (an object in its final state). This transformation is always determined by the essential connections, laws of change and development of objects, and the activity itself can be successful only when it is consistent with these laws.


Therefore, scientific knowledge is characterized by a focus on the object, on the identification of its own, immanent laws of functioning and development of the object under study. Arising from the needs of practice and regulating it in a special way, science aims to reveal the laws according to which objects can be transformed in human activity. Since any objects can be transformed in activity - fragments of nature, social systems and society as a whole (see Society), states of human consciousness, and others - to the extent that all of them can become subjects of scientific research.


Science studies them as objects that function and develop according to their own natural laws. It can also study a person as a subject of activity, but also as a special object. With regard to the processes of transformation of nature, this function is performed by the natural and technical sciences. The processes of change in social objects are studied by the social sciences. The orientation of science towards the study of objects that can be included in activity (either actually or potentially as possible objects of future transformation), and their study as obeying the objective laws of functioning and development, constitute the first main feature of scientific knowledge.


7. In our lab


8. Sad algae


9. The animal


This feature distinguishes it from other forms of human cognitive activity and determines the nature of scientific discourse, which is characterized by a claim to intersubjective significance (objectivity). So, for example, in art, the assimilation of reality always occurs as a kind of combination of the subjective and the objective, in which any reproduction of certain states of the world, man and society presupposes their emotional personal assessment. An artistic image always acts as a unity of the general and the individual, rational and emotional, and a work of art bears the stamp of a personal attitude to the world.


The scientific assimilation of reality differs from the artistic assimilation of reality by its orientation towards rational, logically substantiated and generalized objective knowledge. The products of scientific knowledge appear to be extremely cleansed of the personal component and open to criticism by any opponent who accepts the presumptions of science.


The sign of objectivity and objectivity of knowledge is the most important characteristic of science, but it is still insufficient to determine its specificity, since ordinary knowledge can also give separate objective and objective knowledge. In contrast, science is not limited to the study of only those objects, their properties and relationships that can be mastered in the practice of the corresponding historical era. It is able to go beyond the boundaries of each historically defined type of practice and open up new objective worlds for mankind, which can become objects of mass practical development only at future stages of the development of civilization.


The constant desire of science to expand the field of objects under study, regardless of today's opportunities for their mass practical development, is the system-forming feature that justifies other characteristics of science that distinguish it from ordinary knowledge.


10. Work hard


11. My thesis


12. Just a book stand


13. A sentance


14. Farts


First of all, it is the difference in their products (results). Ordinary knowledge creates a conglomeration of knowledge, information, prescriptions and beliefs, only separate fragments of which are interconnected. The truth of knowledge is verified here directly in actual practice, since knowledge is constructed in relation to objects that are included in the processes of production and social experience. But since science constantly goes beyond these limits, it can only partially rely on the available forms of mass practical development of objects. She needs special practices, with the help of which the truth of her knowledge is checked. Such a practice becomes a scientific experiment (see Experiment). Part of the knowledge is directly verified in the experiment, the rest are interconnected by logical connections, which ensures the transfer of truth from one statement to another. As a result, the characteristics of its knowledge inherent in science arise - their systemic organization, validity and proof.


Science, unlike everyday knowledge, involves the use of special means and methods of activity; it is characterized by the presence of a developed apparatus of methods and procedures used for rational justification, proof and verification of the knowledge gained. It cannot be limited to using only natural language and those tools that are used in production and everyday practice. In addition to them, it needs special means of activity - a special language (empirical and theoretical, created on the basis of natural language or created artificially) and special technical and instrumental equipment. It is the constant development of these tools that ensures the study of new objects, including those that go beyond the possibilities of existing production and social practice.


Related to this are the needs of science in the constant development of special methods that ensure the development of new objects, regardless of the possibilities of their current practical development. Such objects, as a rule, are not given in advance, are not fixed by the methods of everyday practice and production activities, since they go beyond their boundaries. The method in science often serves as a condition for fixing the object of study and determining its main features. Therefore, along with knowledge about objects, science systematically develops knowledge about methods.


15. Mendeleev


16. Sunscreen


17. Just medicine


18. Exam paper


19. Mom stuff


20. Moving a picture


21. Exams


22. Cells


23. Medicine


24. Astronauts


25. Potassium


26. Toxic


27. Kelvin is cold


28. Rhythm


29. Due to the fact


30. Chemestry


31. Amazing


32. A+


33. Insults


34. What sort?


35. Scholaship


36. What was the reason?


37. Reading


38. Biologists


39. Chemistry exam


40. Zero




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No one disputes that quality photos must first and foremost be technically flawless. This means that they must be clear, have natural colors, have contrast and brightness, contain no image noise, and have sufficient resolution for the intended purpose. These conditions can be met by a modern camera, but even by a phone camera. From here, things get trickier, where the true meaning of life lies.


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But when we talk about professional photography, we don't just focus on technical quality. There are many other aspects that bring pluses: the quality of the light, the composition and framing, the way it poses (posing), and many others whose debate could be enough material for a book.


1. Delete it


2. Just cool


3. Kind of 


If you're using your phone as a primary tool for taking photos, I'd say start this discussion by looking at How to take professional photos with your mobile phone. Even if the quality of photos that can be taken with a mobile phone camera is not, due to obvious technical limitations, comparable to that of professional cameras, I am sure that thanks to the devices I am going to offer you, you will be able to shoot a lot.


Use the right lighting It is very important when taking a photo, especially when taking a mobile phone. In fact, proper lighting allows you to start with the right assumptions for quality photos, preventing them from being overexposed (when there is too much light) or underexposed (when there is too little light).


Using manual shooting settings is a great way to try to improve the quality of your photos, as it allows you to act on specific parameters by correcting any starting issues (such as suboptimal lighting conditions). Since it is not possible to change the trigger parameters with the "standard" functions included in Android and iOS, you will have to use third-party applications, such as Camera FV-5 for Android (free) and ProCam (6.99 euros) or Halide ( 6.99 euros) the iPhone.


4. Excellent


5. Me as photographer


6. Edit photos


It may seem strange, but unused digital zoom is another trick you can do to take professional photos with your mobile phone. For what reason? It's not hard to understand: digital zoom, as opposed to optical zoom, is simply a digital magnification of the photo, and as a result, this creates a very ugly urination effect that makes shooting virtually unusable (as you can see in the example image you find at the beginning of the chapter).


Optical zoom (which has been implemented in many mobile phones in recent years, using a set of lenses behind the camera), instead brings the subject to the image so that it is filmed using optical and mechanical elements that shorten or lengthen the focal length, do not cause loss quality. If your mobile phone integrates with your mobile phone, use optical zoom instead of digital zoom. Understand?


Write the photo. It is one of the most important things to pay attention to when photographing, because composition really gives birth to photography. When composing your photo, try not to place the subject in front of a background that is too "confusing", as it may not adequately highlight the subject in the foreground and make sure there are no disturbing elements in the image (e.g. viewers, unwanted reflections). etc.).


7. Instagram likes


8. Phone photographers


9. My photos


A great way to compose your photo is to use the famous third-party rule that the image composition must be divided into an imaginary grid of 9 rectangles. In order for a subject to stand out, it is advisable to place it at one of the intersections where the imaginary lines of the grid intersect, because this is where the eye of the person viewing the photo will “fall”. Follow this simple trick, it will give your photos a more professional look - you can be sure of it!


Take more pictures. It's a trick that professional photographers use, because the danger of making a mistake in production is always around the corner. For this reason, I invite you to take several photos, perhaps from different angles, so that you can choose the ones that work best.


Many mobile phones may use "burst" mode for this purpose (which can be remembered by simply pressing the button for a long time (software shutter button), but don't think about using it to test sports photography. because it is not designed for this purpose.


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11. My partner


12. Clicking a button


Let's say you want to try your luck in nature photography. In this case, you will most likely need to use a telephoto lens or a lens that has a fairly long focal length, preferably 300 mm above. For what reason? Because, as you can see, photographing an animal from a distance without sacrificing the quality of the shot is essential: you certainly can't get close to it, because it can escape or, even worse, attack you.


Instead, to photograph landscapes, it would be better to use a wide-angle lens with a focal length of less than 35 mm. This will allow you to capture a larger portion of the scene. If you want to try your luck in portrait photography, the ideal would be to use a lens with a focal length of 50mm.


Warning: When choosing a lens, consider the type of camera you have. If your SLR actually has an APS-C sensor, you need to calculate the flash ratio due to the latter, which is 1.5x for the reflections produced by Sony, Nikon and Pentax or 1.6x for the reflections from Canon.


13. About photos


14. Just proffesional


15. Flower pics


16. About photos


17. Best I can do


18. Peoples and phones


19. SD card


20. Out of focus


21. About lenses


22. Edit photos


23. Just here


24. No tag


25. Profile pic


26. Develop films


27. Believe in Santa


28. Photo compositions


29. Back home


30. Not the same




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Football is one of the most popular sports - the "king sport," which provokes great passion and emotions among the supporters.


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FIFA (International Football Federation) statistics show that more than 270 million people worldwide, from more than 200 countries, especially in Europe, Asia, South America, and Africa, play regular football: professionals or amateurs, men, and women who love this sport.


1. Two, please


2. He’s just a child


3. A free kick


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Football's (official) birth in Europe dates back to the 19th century, 1863, when rugby football split into rugby and football in England, with the latter establishing stringent rules. Clear. However, the distant origin of football is in ancient China, around the third century BC, in a game called "cuju," which was practiced as a kind of training for soldiers. They had to control the ball (which was filled with animal hair) with their foot, chest, calves, and shoulders.


The oldest football club, recognized internationally, was established in England in 1857 - FC Sheffield - still operating today, but at the amateur level. Initially, as there were no other clubs, the matches were played between FC Sheffield members; the criteria according to which the teams were formed were: married versus unmarried, unemployed versus employees, etc. In 1860, when a second club was set up in the same city - FC Hallam - the first club match was held every year.


The first football league was also created in England in 1888 by the president of the Aston Villa club in Birmingham and consisted of 12 teams.



4. Hear me out


5. Coming through


6. Good meme


The first international football match took place in 1872, between England and Scotland, in Glasgow and ended 0 - 0. The players wore "knickerbockers" (shorts) and hats or caps, this clothing detail (hat/hat) being preserved until the beginning of the twentieth century.


At the first club matches, the balls were not spherical. It was customary to inflate a pig's bladder, tie it at both ends, and wrap it in leather, giving it an oval shape. Also, the balls were lighter at first (340 - 425 grams), but in 1937, increasing to 396 - 453 grams. The first modern soccer ball was made in 1870, with an elastic rubber insert in a leather cover, an invention of Richard Lindon, who is said to have revolutionized the game of football with his idea.


The rules of the football game, established in 1863 at the time of its establishment, did not mention, until 1875, the existence of a crossbar for the goal, only the vertical bars. Therefore, to score a dream, it was enough for the ball to pass between the vertical bars, regardless of height.


The old tactics of the game were very similar to those of rugby today - the teams had strong attackers and, when offside, they attacked in groups to take the ball to the opponent's goal.


7. Tom and Jerry


8. Babbage


9. Off the palette


The fouls and the arbitrators did not appear in the initial regulations, considering they do not commit intentional "mistakes." Various events on the field could be challenged in discussions with the captains and then with the players. The referees first appeared in the area in 1891.


The penalty kick appeared in football only in the twentieth century and could be executed from a line 11 meters from the goal and parallel to it. The goalkeeper could approach up to 5.5 meters of the executor.


Until about 1912, goalkeepers could use their hands in play on their entire half of the field, and the goalie's suit could only be blue, white, or orange/yellow.


FIFA Chief Referee Ken Aston inspired the yellow and red cards at a traffic light on Kensington High Street in London during a walk as he thought of ways to mark warnings and exclusions in the game. 


At first, the breaks between innings did not have a pre-determined duration. The break lasted as long as the players could wash, change equipment, have a snack, and drink tea before the second half.


10. I Just lost


11. Dear diary


12. OMG, a ball


The fastest goal in football history was scored in the second 2.8, by the Uruguayan Ricardo Olivera, in 1998.


Portuguese footballer Cristiano Ronaldo holds the most records - the most goals scored by a footballer in the Champions League in a season (17), the most FIFA World Player trophies (3), the first Portuguese footballer to win the Golden Ball five times, and the second, after Messi, who won the "Golden Ice" three times, etc.


In football, most consider that the greatest footballer is the Argentine Maradona, sharing with the Brazilian Pele the title of "Player of the Century" award by FIFA.

Most own goals in a match belong to Stade Olympique de L’Emyrne, Madagascar, which, in 2006, in the game against A.S. In addition, he scored 149 own goals.


The opening match of the famous Wembley Stadium in London (where the EURO 2020 UEFA final will also take place), which took place in 1923, was attended by 190,000 spectators.


The highest number of spectators present at a football match was recorded in 1950, during the final of the World Cup in Brazil, the game being played between the national teams of Brazil and Uruguay, in the Maracana stadium. One hundred ninety-nine thousand eight hundred fifty-four spectators were about to see this match.


13. They going to kiss


14. Spot the ball


15. Cool handbag


16. Snickers


The game rules were outlined in the mid-19th century to standardize the practices of a wide variety of similar games played in UK schools. Cambridge rules, identical to those of today, were created at Trinity College, Cambridge, in 1848, at a meeting of representatives of several colleges: Eton College, Harrow School, Rugby School, Winchester College, and Shrewsbury School. But they were far from universal rules. In the 1850s, many clubs were formed, independent of schools or universities, that played various forms of football. Many used their own rules, the best example being Sheffield F.C. (former Harrow School students). It was founded in 1857, and its rules led to the formation of the Sheffield & Hallamshire Football Federation in 1867. In 1862, John Charles Thring of Uppingham School created another commonly used set of rules.


These efforts led to the founding of the Football Federation (FA) in 1863, which first met on October 26, 1863, at Freemason's Tavern in Great Queen Street, London. The only school that was represented at this meeting was Charterhouse School. Freemason’s Tavern was the meeting place for the Federation for another five meetings, between October and December. During this time, the first comprehensive set of rules was born. At the last meeting, the first treasurer of the FA, who was the Blackheath representative, withdrew his club from the FA, due to the exclusion from the rules, at the previous meeting, two basic rules: the first was the one that allowed running with the ball in his hands and the second, the possibility of stopping the opponent by hitting him in the "whistle, by shooting, or by holding. Other English rugby clubs followed suit and did not join the FA. But in 1871, they formed the Rugby Football Union. The remaining 11 clubs in the FA, led by Ebenezer Cobb Morley, have ratified the first 14 rules of the game. Despite this, the Sheffield club continued to play by its own rules until the 1870s.


Today the rules of the game are set by the International Football Association Board (IFAB). It was founded in 1886 after a meeting of the English Football Federation, the Scottish Football Federation, the Welsh Football Federation, and the Irish Football Federation in Manchester.


In 1888, Aston Villa club president William McGregor formed the first football league in England. The original format contained 12 teams from central and northern England.


The FIFA International Football Federation was formed in Paris in 1904, and its representatives decided to adopt the rules created by IFAB. The growing popularity of the game led to the union of the representatives of the two federations (FIFA and IFAB). Today, their leadership consists of 4 FIFA representatives and 1 representative from each British federation.

Football is popular with both children and adults.


17. Mom, I’m in


18. Screenshot


19. Innocent


20. At twitter


21. Yes


22. Still open


23. Cheerleading


24. Last month


25. Blade grass


26. Messi coming


27. What?


28. Bad boy


29. Love football


30. About relationship


31. Sold


32. Not coming home


33. Ronaldo


34. Happiness


35. Championship


36. In my head


37. Nutshell


38. Let’s dance


39. Something in the air


40. It’s gone


41. Nothing


42. Messi


43. Evolution


44. I got two


45. Football season


46. That’s why


47. Kane


48. Headphones


49. Slow motion


50. Complete list


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British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced on Thursday that he is leaving the leadership of the Conservative Party. He said it was clear the party needed a new leader.

In a public statement on Thursday, Johnson said he was proud of his achievements at the head of British conservatives. He promised that London would continue to support Ukraine, a country invaded by the Russian army.

Johnson said he has appointed new ministers to his cabinet, which he will continue to lead until a successor is elected. He said he remained in office for so long, despite pressure to resign, because he thought it was his duty.

Even if things don't look good now, the future is bright, said the British chief executive. He said he was "sad" because he was forced to leave "the best job in the world."

1. Bond film

2. Time to go

3. He will be missed

Johnson declined to resign Wednesday

Johnson had refused to step down as head of government in London on Wednesday. Asked by members of a parliamentary committee on Wednesday how important the truth was to him, Johnson said it would be "very important". "People must allow the government that has a mandate to continue," he added. Despite resignations and accusations that directly target the Conservative politician, he refuses to step down.

"We have a plan and we will continue it," Boris Johnson told parliament's lower house in London. Asked when he thought he should retire, he said that only when he felt that the government could no longer continue. He believes "it would not be responsible" to resign now, as Europe is witnessing the worst war in 80 years.

Several members of the Cabinet have resigned in recent days. Today, the resigned Minister of Health, Sajid Javid, indirectly demanded the withdrawal of the Prime Minister: "Doing nothing is an active decision. The balance between loyalty and integrity has become impossible in recent months," said Javid, who believes people should he concludes that "enough is enough" and that "this point" has now been reached.

There are more and more voices, not only from the opposition, but also from their own party, calling for Johnson's landing. "For God's sake, leave!" Urged Tory MP Andrew Morrison, who has resigned as Minister of State for Northern Ireland.

And the press insists on the dismissal of Boris Johnson. The Times considers that "every day he continues to remain prime minister deepens the chaos even more" and the former colleagues of the prime minister from The Daily Telegraph consider that the politician's fate "hangs on a few threads".

Boris Johnson was heard by lawmakers on Wednesday in a special sitting.

Pressure on the Conservative politician has intensified after allegations of corruption and information that seriously damaged his image were released.


4. Remember him as he was

5. Boris best picture

6. New job

7. Happy ending

The office of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky said on Thursday that his country expects to continue receiving aid from the United Kingdom, including after the resignation of British Prime Minister Boris Johnson.

"We do not doubt that Britain's support will be maintained, but your leadership and charisma have made it special," the statement on July 7, after the two leaders spoke on the phone.

In the statement, the President of Ukraine thanked the Johnson Government for defending Ukraine's interests after the unprovoked invasion launched by Russia. Zelenski said that the news of the British prime minister's resignation was sad not only for him but also "for the entire Ukrainian people, who are sympathetic to you."

In a phone call between the two countries' prime ministers, Boris Johnson described Zelenski as a "hero." According to a Downing Street spokeswoman, he said there was "unwavering support between the parties" for Ukraine. The British official added that aid for Ukraine would continue for as long as necessary.

"He thanked President Zelensky for all he does to support freedom, his friendship, and the goodness of the Ukrainian people," she said.

"The prime minister ended the call by praising President Zelensky, saying, 'You are a hero, everyone loves you.'"

In a separate message, US President Joe Biden said the US would continue "close cooperation" with Britain, including joint support for Ukraine in the face of Russian aggression.


8. Resigning

9. For my country

10. Escaped

11. Who did this?

12. Alternative universe

"Britain and the United States are the closest friends and allies, and the special relationship between our peoples remains strong and lasting," Biden said.

"He does not like us. We don't want him either, "Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said.

A similar reaction came from Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova, who said that the "moral of the story" is "not to seek to destroy Russia."

"Russia cannot be destroyed. You will break your teeth and drown with them ", Maria Zakharova wrote on Telegram.

But regardless of the reactions of Russian politicians, Britain will most likely continue to help Ukraine as much as it did during Johnson's term.

Shortly before the vote of no confidence by Conservative MPs against Boris Johnson, Ostap Kryvdyk, an expert on international relations in Ukraine, said that a possible resignation of Johnson would not affect bilateral ties between the two countries.

I believe the United Kingdom and Ukraine will continue developing their relations. And I hope that when we overcome this war, the moment of solidarity will continue, along with mutual investment and development opportunities, "Kryvdyk told Free Europe in early June.

The expert noted that British politicians, regardless of party color, "have a common understanding of Russia's damage to the global order, resulting from the invasion of Ukraine - whether we are talking about international trade or damage to the economic and security interests of the Sea." The British.”

13. Scots Guard

14. Bye

15. Putin

It is unknown at this time what he will do after leaving the post.

The Guardian named Defense Minister Ben Wallace Rishi Sunak and former Finance Minister Penny Mordaunt 2019 as conservatives with favorable changes in the Downing Street race.

On July 7, Ben Wallace said the drama in the UK government would not affect the Kingdom's support for Kyiv.

"I do not think there is any risk. I struggled throughout the process (the war in Ukraine, n.r.) to build support for Ukraine from all parties. I was fortunate to be supported by the Scottish National Party, the Labor Party, the Labor leader, and the Liberal Democrats. in our policies on Ukraine, "Wallace said in an interview with the British television station.

Wallace is also considered a favorite of his cabinet colleagues because he handled the war in Ukraine and the evacuations from Kabul after the Taliban returned to power in Afghanistan in August 2021.

However, it is not known precisely if Wallace wants his position as prime minister. His party colleagues, Sunak, Mordaunt, Sajid Javid (former Minister of Health), and Liz Truss (Foreign Minister), all have campaign teams.

Liz Truss is the first Conservative woman to be appointed UK Secretary of State. She is responsible for her country's sanctions against Russian oligarchs, but some sources accuse her of being unprepared for the war in Ukraine.


16. Doing it right

17. I can no longer

18. Laughing stock

19. Leaving drinks

20. Must go

21. Regarding

22. About today’s news

23. Bye

24. Bye mum

25. FAKE friends

26. The cactus of Boris

27. Still there

28. Ikea

29. Right now

30. Forever our Boris

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Interesting and funny facts about animals


1. The fur of polar bears is actually clean, and their skin is black.


2. Baby flamingos are born grey, not pink.


3. A woodpecker's tongue actually wraps around its brain completely, protecting it from damage when it hits a tree.


4. The shrimp's heart is in its head.


5. Elephants suck their trunks for convenience.


6. Anteaters have no teeth.


7. Nine-banded armadillos always have quadrupeds, and they are always identical.


8. Wombat poop is cube shaped.


9. A flock of flamingos is called brightness.



10. Hippos and horses are actually distant relatives.


11. All clown fish are born male.


12. In the UK, the Queen legally owns all unmarked swans.


13. In order not to disperse, sea otters hold hands during sleep.


14. Goats have an accent.


15. Dolphins give each other names.


16. Gorillas can catch a cold, although you can probably still go to the zoo with a runny nose.


17. Forget bald eagles. The turkey was once almost called the national bird.



18. A group of owls is called a parliament.


19. There are 32 muscles in a cat's ear.


20. Snails can regenerate their eyes.


21. Want to know if your pet turtle is a boy or a girl? Listen carefully! Female turtles hiss and male turtles grunt.


22. A starfish can turn its stomach inside out.


23. French poodles are actually from Germany.



24. Seahorses mate for life and are often seen telling each other stories.


25. A group of porcupines is called a thorn.


26. Andrew Jackson's parrot had to be removed from his funeral because he wouldn't stop swearing. Polly wants to rinse her mouth.


27. Sloths can hold their breath for up to 40 minutes.


Interesting and funny historical facts


28. Henry VIII knighted all four of his Grooms of the Chair - the men in charge of wiping his ass for him.


29. Jeanette Rankin was elected to Congress four years before women could vote.


30. Women could not apply for a bank loan until 1974.


31. Before the invention of modern artificial teeth, dentures were usually made from the teeth of dead soldiers.


32. In ancient Egypt, servants were smeared with honey so that flies would fly to them instead of the pharaoh.


33. It was once considered blasphemous to use a fork.


34. Abe Lincoln was a champion wrestler. He was also a licensed bartender. Maybe they should call him Abe of all trades.


35. George Washington owned a whiskey distillery.



36. More than two percent of the American population died during the civil war.


37. Joseph Stalin removed people from photographs after their death or dismissal from office.


38. Since 1945, all British tanks have been equipped with everything necessary for making tea.


39. Pope Gregory IV once declared war on cats because he thought Satan was using black cats. His statement led to the mass extermination of cats.


40. The absence of cats led to an invasion of rats, which led to the spread of the plague.


50. John Adams was the first president to live in the White House.


51. Go to sleep! Chernobyl, the Exxon Valdez oil spill, and the Challenger explosion are all linked to lack of sleep.


Interesting and funny travel facts


52. The average person living in Sweden eats about 22 pounds of chocolate a year.


53. Although the Wright brothers are known as a couple, they actually flew together only once. They promised their father that they would always fly separately.


54. In Montana, there are three times more cows than people.


55. Parts of the Great Wall of China were made from sticky rice.


56. Ninety percent of the world's population lives above the equator.


57. There are more saunas in Finland than cars.


58. Sixty percent of the world's lakes (three million in total) are located in Canada.


59. Virginia is the only state that has the same staff flower and staff tree - Dogwood.



60. Think before the season. In Egypt, it is considered incredibly rude to salt the food you have been served.


61. Ninety percent of the territory of Libya is desert.


62. The height of the Eiffel Tower can vary up to six inches, depending on the temperature.


63. Do you spend too much on drinks when you eat out? A small town in Italy has a fountain that serves free wine.


64. Pilots and their co-pilots should eat differently before the flight so that both of them do not get sick with food poisoning.


65. About 600 Parisians work on the Eiffel Tower every day.


66. Do you want to go to Rome? Which one of? Six of the seven continents have a city called Rome. (You really fell, Antarctica.)


67. When you visit Key West, you are actually closer to Havana than Miami.


Interesting and fun facts about music


68. Mary, known as "Mary Had the Lamb", was a real person and the song is based on real events.


69. Happy Birthday was the first song ever played on Mars. Mars Rover Curiosity played this song to itself on its first anniversary on the planet.


70. When you listen to music, your heart is in sync with the beat.


71. President Nixon was an accomplished musician. He played five instruments, including the accordion.


72. Is the song stuck in your head? This is called an earworm.


73. None of The Beatles could read music.


74. However, George Harrison was reportedly able to play 26 instruments.



75. Barry Manilow didn't actually write I Write Songs.


76. Metallica is the only band to play on all seven continents.


77. Most department stores tend to play music slower to slow down shoppers and make them shop longer. The reverse is true for restaurants.


78. Monaco's orchestra is bigger than its army.


79. A concert promoter once sold a thousand tickets to a Spice Girls concert in Hawaii that were never booked. Maybe that's where the idea for Fyre Fest came from.


80. Leo Fender, inventor of the Stratocaster and Telecaster, couldn't play the guitar.



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