Group Two Assignments

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  1. azza mamoun Says:

    wonderfull care you maha the extra mile me when we are livig through kindness and understanding that frind very distressing for her life with death,s door her her agreat relief came over me I will forever be Dr.husham tends to reach out in ways that go I

  2. azza mamoun N Says:

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  3. nilecollege Says:

    EXCELLENT AZZA.

  4. azzamamoun\nursing Says:

    1-b 11-a
    2-c 12-c
    3-d 13-a
    4-a 14-b
    5-c 15-d
    6-d 16-a
    7-b
    8-c
    9-b
    10-a

  5. mohamed Hussien Adam Says:

    City of London

    The City of London is a small area within Greater London, England. It is the historic core of London around which the modern conurbation grew and has held city status since time immemorial. The City’s boundaries have remained almost unchanged since the Middle Ages, and it is now only a tiny part of the metropolis of London, though remains a notable part of Central London. It is often referred to as the City or the Square Mile, as it is just over one square mile (1.12 sq mi/2.90 km2)[1] in area. These terms are also often used as metonyms for the United Kingdom’s financial services industry, which has historically been based here.

    In the medieval period, the City was the full extent of London. The term London now refers to a much larger conurbation roughly corresponding to Greater London, a local government area which includes 32 London boroughs as well as the City of London, which is not one of the 32 London boroughs. The local authority for the City, the City of London Corporation, is unique in the United Kingdom, and has some unusual responsibilities for a local authority in Britain, such as being the police authority for the City. It also has responsibilities and ownerships beyond the City’s boundaries. The Corporation is headed by the Lord Mayor of the City of London, a separate (and much older) office to the Mayor of London.

  6. mohamed Hussien Adam Says:

    The City of London is a small area within Greater London, England. It is the historic core of London around which the modern conurbation grew and has held city status since time immemorial. The City’s boundaries have remained almost unchanged since the Middle Ages, and it is now only a tiny part of the metropolis of London, though remains a notable part of Central London. It is often referred to as the City or the Square Mile, as it is just over one square mile (1.12 sq mi/2.90 km2)[1] in area. These terms are also often used as metonyms for the United Kingdom’s financial services industry, which has historically been based here.

    In the medieval period, the City was the full extent of London. The term London now refers to a much larger conurbation roughly corresponding to Greater London, a local government area which includes 32 London boroughs as well as the City of London, which is not one of the 32 London boroughs. The local authority for the City, the City of London Corporation, is unique in the United Kingdom, and has some unusual responsibilities for a local authority in Britain, such as being the police authority for the City. It also has responsibilities and ownerships beyond the City’s boundaries. The Corporation is headed by the Lord Mayor of the City of London, a separate (and much older) office to the Mayor of London.

    The City is today a major business and financial centre, ranking on a par with New York City as the leading centre of global finance;[2] in the 19th century, the City served as the world’s primary business centre.[3] The City has a resident population of approximately 8,000, but around 320,000 people work there, mainly in the financial services sector. The legal profession form a major component of the western side of the City, especially in the Temple and Chancery Lane areas; these are where the Inns of Court are located, of which two — Inner Temple and Middle Temple — fall within the City of London boundary.

  7. ahmed yousif Says:

    london
    To Onders or London is the capital of the United Kingdom and the largest cities. Located on the River Thames in southern England. Live in the city of about 7.5 million people, of whom about 2.7 in the neighborhoods of Onders of the Interior. With a population of 12,599,561 people, with its suburbs (Statistics 2005), making it the largest city in the European Union (Europe without Russia, and Turkey) and one of the most important centers of political, economic and cultural rights. Form of the current administrative division of London in April 1, 1965 with the establishment of the Great Onders. The city has a large number of universities, institutes, museums and theaters. Has also taken many international organizations and global companies based in the city.

    Onders extends to a distance of about 40 km on the banks of the River Thames and an average height of 62 meters above sea level. The city was founded originally on the northern bank. Bridge was the Tower of London several times over the only bridge that connects both sides of the city together. Located city center, business district and the task on the streets of North West River. With the construction of other bridges to extend railroads, expanded the city in all directions. The nature of the Onders generally flat. The River Thames in the past, wider than it is now, where they were building a number of dams on it. Because of the proximity of the North Sea was to Onders subject to a number of floods. Been identified geographical longitude q passes Institute Astronomer Royal (Royal Observatory) at the Greenwich line of length zero. It is the day the line that is calculated on the basis of differences in time zones in the world.

    Reside in the city climate moderate. Summer is usually warm and the winter cold, but the temperature of not less than zero Celsius. July is the most heat-months, with an average temperature of 16,3 degrees Celsius while it is 3,9 º C in January, which is the coldest months throughout the year. Recorded in London in the summer of 2003 the highest temperature in the history of the city, then hit 37.9 degrees Miwip.

  8. Abu bakr Says:

    Moscow
    Moscow (pronounced /ˈmɒskoʊ/ in British English or /ˈmɑskaʊ/ in American English; Russian: About this sound Москва (help·info), tr. Moskva, IPA [mɐˈskva]; see also other names) is the capital and the most populous city and the federal subject of Russia. It is also the largest metropolitan area in Europe,[11] and ranks among the largest urban areas in the world. Moscow is a major political, economic, cultural, religious, financial, educational, and transportation center of Russia and the world, a global city. It is also the seventh largest city proper in the world, a megacity. The population of Moscow (as of 1 September 2009) is 10,535,100.[6]

    It is located by the Moskva River in the Central Federal District, in the European part of Russia. Moscow sits on the junction of three geological platforms.[12] Historically, it was the capital of the former Soviet Union, Russian Empire, Tsardom of Russia and the Grand Duchy of Moscow. It is the site of the Moscow Kremlin, one of the World Heritage Sites in the city, which serves as the residence of the President of Russia. The Russian parliament (the State Duma and the Federation Council) and the Government of Russia also sit in Moscow.

    Moscow is a major economic centre. It is home to many scientific and educational institutions, as well as numerous sport facilities. It possesses a complex transport system that includes four international airports, nine railroad terminals, and the world’s second busiest (after Tokyo) metro system which is famous for its architecture and artwork. Its metro is the busiest single-operator subway in the world.

    Over time, the city has earned a variety of nicknames, most referring to its pre-eminent status in the nation: The Third Rome (Третий Рим), Whitestone (Белокаменная), The First Throne (Первопрестольная), The Forty Forties (Сорок Сороков).[13]

    A person from Moscow is called a Muscovite in English or Moskvich

  9. Abu bakr Says:

    1-b 11-a
    2-c 12-c
    3-d 13-a
    4-a 14-b
    5-c 15-d
    6-d 16-a
    7-b
    8-c
    9-b
    10-a

  10. ahmed yousif Says:

    1-b 11-a
    2-c 12-c
    3-d 13-a
    4-a 14-b
    5-c 15-d
    6-d 16-a
    7-b
    8-c
    9-b
    10-a

  11. Abu bakr Says:

    People Who makes history

  12. nehad mahde_nursing Says:

    About Us
    The city of Riyadh, the capital of the kingdom and the city has deep historical roots, is today the capital of a major global population and its facilities and advanced services, as well as its political, economic and cultural, and historical perspective Riyadh has played a prominent role in the history we find through more than three centuries, and was the capital of the Saudi State second under the reign of Imam Turki bin Abdullah mosque in 1240 AH (1824) and returned to its glory after restoration by King Abdul Aziz, may God rest his soul on the fifth of Shawwal 1319 AH (January 15, 1902) to start at home industry, modern history and fabric of modern civilization.
    Geography and location
    Enjoy the city of Riyadh from other cities of Saudi Arabia set of geographic features that distinguish them as they fall in the eastern part of the heart of the Arabian Peninsula, central Saudi Arabia, which occupies a site in turn mediates the world’s continents. This will be another dimension to the site being located on the center of the kingdom of latitude (38.24) degrees north and longitude (43.46) degrees east longitude, and altitude of around 600 meters above sea level and Riyadh is located precisely at the center of the Arabian Peninsula completely sedimentary plateau in the eastern part of the Golan find limited the most important monuments of the city terrain in the valleys and the most important of Wadi Hanifa, which runs through the city from the north-west to south-east and along the waterway, which is about 120 km and reaches a depth from less than 10 meters to more than 100 meters and varies in width from less than 100 meters to about 1000 meters, the capital city of Riyadh from the centers of administrative regions in the Kingdom as follows: away from Dammam, Eastern Province a distance of 389 km, and Arar, a northern region of 1048 km, and Al-Jouf region Skaka 1207 km, and Tabuk Tabuk Region distance 1310 km, and Al-Baha Al-Baha distance of 1040 km, and Jazan Jazan region a distance of 1245 km, and Hail Hail 641 km, and Buraidah Qassim distance 338 km, and the Medina area of Medina 869 miles, and Makkah in Makkah a distance of 880 miles, and Asir, Abha a distance of 1051 kilometers, and Najran Najran distance of 979 km.

  13. alaa Mohamed_mls Says:

    Cairo is the capital of the Arab Republic of Egypt and the most important cities at all, the population of the city of Cairo 7,787,000 people, according to 2007 figures, representing 10.73% of Egypt’s total population, while the population of Greater Cairo 20 million and a half million people. Inhabited by more than a quarter of the population of Egypt, whose population at home and abroad 76 million and 480 thousand and 426 people, according to census 2006 [1], and population density to over 15 thousand people per square kilometer, is named on behalf of the historic city of a thousand minarets of the many mosques.

    Founded several cities and towns and the capital commander goats to the religion of God coming from Tunisia to open Alvahrp after that the foundations of the Fatimid state in Tunisia and the first capital of Mahdia, and he has the essence of Sicilian year 358 AH (969 AD) built a wall around the three towns, the Btzmh three cities of Cairo, including Cairo the city of Fustat, founded by Amr ibn al-Aas in 20 AH, the city founded by the military Saleh Bin Ali Abbasi year 132 AH, Alktaea city founded by Ahmed Ibn Tulun in 256 AH, as well as neighborhoods in which there are after the time of Saladin, until now.

    Cairo is the largest city in Africa and the most populous in Africa and the Middle East. A conservative city, which they filled for the entire province, an area of one city, at the same time maintain a large city itself. Despite being a city is the largest but it is one of the youngest mayor of the governorates of Egypt. There is also known as the Greater Cairo is an administrative entity including a semi-official and the city / province city of Cairo, Giza and some of the suburbs and Shubra from Qalyoubia province, in addition to the provinces of Helwan and Sixth of October.

  14. azza mamoun Says:

    *a:
    1.b
    2.d
    3.c
    4.a
    5.d
    6.b

    *b:
    1.f
    2.f
    3.t
    4.f
    5.t
    6.t

  15. namarig margani(nursing) Says:

    1)
    a.it is widly used thanany of than any of the other some of the languages like french.

    b. english is used at all levels of socity in local english . languge new spaper and broad casting in public administration, in unvirsity educationin the major industries the court and the civil service.
    2)
    a.true.
    b.false.
    3)
    a.cloims.
    b.universty education.
    4)
    1.b
    2.c
    3.c
    4.b

  16. nehad mahde Says:

    learning to love oneself 1-b2-c
    3-d 4-a
    5-c6-d
    7-b 8-c
    9-b10-a
    11- a 12-c
    13-a 14-b
    15-d 16- a

  17. nehad mahde Says:

    the spread of English
    1-a
    2-b
    3- a
    4-b

  18. alaa mohmed Says:

    learning to love oneself 1-b2-c
    3-d 4-a
    5-c6-d
    7-b 8-c
    9-b10-a
    11- a 12-c
    13-a 14-b
    15-d 16- a

  19. mawada abd alhyai Says:

    earning to love oneself 1-b2-c
    3-d 4-a
    5-c6-d
    7-b 8-c
    9-b10-a
    11- a 12-c
    13-a 14-b
    15-d 16- a

  20. nehad mahde Says:

    the epidemiological approach to medicine.
    a.fill in spaces with words from the list:
    1-artists
    2-improve
    3-financial
    4-glasshouse
    5-lubricating
    b.choose the words that best completes the sentences ,then write a,b or c in the blank space:
    1-c
    2-a
    3-b
    4-a
    5-c
    choose the word which is closest in meaning to the underlined words from a,b or c
    1-b
    2-a
    3-c
    4-b

  21. mohamed hussien adam Says:

    Cancer: Abnormal overgrowth of body cells.
    Cancer: A tumor composed of atypical neoplastic, often pleomorphic cells that invade other tissues. Malignant neoplasms usually metastasize to distant anatomic sites and may recur after excision. The most common malignant neoplasms are carcinomas (adenocarcinomas or squamous cell carcinomas), Hodgkin’s and non-Hodgkin’s lymphomas, leukemias, melanomas, and sarcomas. — 2004
    Source – Diseases Database
    Cancer: any malignant growth or tumor caused by abnormal and uncontrolled cell division; it may spread to other parts of the body through the lymphatic system or the blood stream

  22. Abu bakr Says:

    Cancer: (Abnormal) overgrowth of body cells.
    Cancer: A tumor composed of atypical neoplastic, often pleomorphic cells that invade other tissues. Malignant neoplasms usually metastasize to distant anatomic sites and may recur after excision. The most common malignant neoplasms are carcinomas (adenocarcinomas or squamous cell carcinomas), Hodgkin’s and non-Hodgkin’s lymphomas, leukemias, melanomas, and sarcomas. — 2004
    Source – Diseases Database
    Cancer: any malignant growth or tumor caused by abnormal and uncontrolled cell division; it may spread to other parts of the body through the lymphatic system or the blood stream and it has so many types.

  23. hosam mohammed ahmed Says:

    The medical science of the most important science in this time all kinds of (Medical Nursing _ _ _ medical laboratory and X), and colleges that specialize in this area is the Nile College of Medical Sciences
    The College of the Nile new colleges at the university level College is located Nile in Omdurman, near the intersection of Pant and the current building of the Faculty of Military Repeat
    Building consists of four floors first by the father of anatomy and computer and administrative offices and the second and third lecture halls and voting for administrative offices and most important of these offices, the Office of the Dean, Professor Mohammed Sukkar In the fourth there is the Great Hall and the library and include an electronic library also
    The teachers in this college are:
    1_Prof_ Mohammed Sukkar
    2_ Prof_ Ayman, Arley
    3_ Prof_ Nasreddine
    4_ Prof_ Mr Kardash
    5 Prof_ r Secretary Aashimik
    6_ A_Tareq
    7_A_ Hald

  24. Mohamedm Makki Says:

    Once there was agreat man in sudan his name goha he had mare cars he lived in agreat househe was rich he had much gold but he was nat habby for he had no child and has wife was unhabby too for the had no child has wife went too the magician man he was agneat magician the magicianman said to her :O”wouman why are you said your has ben has mush cars more mony the wouman said :lam un habby for ihave no child theat is why iam un habby the maggician said theat easy to make but give me one car and one mluon the wauman went to his hay ben she tald him a bout that magician his has bend said that is not good the good then is aske the for the ahaha our gocle.

  25. bakry Ibrahim Says:

    TheTeacher said to her students we will talking about food round the world,then she followed:for 99% of human history people took their food from the world around them.they ate all that they could find,and then moved on,then about 10,000years ago or for 1% of human history ,people learned to farm the land and control theire enviroment.
    Now I want you to tell me about the kinds of food around the world.
    Yu yang(chinese student):We in south china eat rice,but in the north we eat noodles.
    Teacher:what about you scandinavian boy?
    David:We eat a lot of herrings,but I don’t like It so much.
    Meguel cry and said;teacher please I’m so hungry let us go .
    O.k first tell me what the famous meal in your country?(portugal)
    We love sardines.
    Teacher:mmm ym,as we know in germany and poland there are hundreds of adifferent kinds of sausages.in central Europe,they do n’t eat so much fish, but they eat meet and sausages.in North America,Ausralia,and Europe there are two or more course to every meal and people eat with knive and forks.
    yu yang:but we have only one course ,all food is together on the table,chopsticks.
    teacher:in part of India and the Middle East people use their fingers and bread to pick up the food .
    Nowadays we can eat what we like when we like,because it is easly to transport,o.k boys see you next week.

    Abubaker Ibrahim Soliman

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