4.2 What pressures for change were exerted?

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albero = tree

cassetto = drawer

bosco = woods

uccello = bird

tetto = roof

fiore = flower

lago = lake

campo = field

corridoio = hallway

vaso = vase

stazione = station

banca = bank

ospedale = hospital

ufficio = office

giardino = garden

parco = park

cadere = to fall

io cado = I fall

tu cadi = you fall (informal)

Lei cade = you fall (formal)


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Below are four extracts from different commentators reflecting on the impact of Hurricane Katrina on New Orleans.

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After studying this course, you should be able to:

  • explain the meaning of the emboldened terms and symbols, and use them appropriately

  • state the equation of continuity and use it in simple problems

  • state the conditions under which Ampère's law is true and explain why it does not apply more generally

  • state the Ampère–Maxwell law and explain why it has a greater domain of validity than Ampère's law

  • state and name the
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