- I enjoy cooking because it keeps me happy in my life.
- Now, I am preparing come ingredients for a lemon pie.
- I started cooking when I was 6, but it was as simple as putting ham and cheese between 2 slices of bread.
- As far as I remember, I was putting mayonnaise and ketchup between slices when my mom was at work.
- I hope, when I grow up my knowledge of food will grow to new results.
The twentieth century was in many ways revolutionary in the history of cosmology. In fact, it can be argued that cosmology as a science in its empirical sense was born during this time: the advances in the field of astronomy allowed scientists to gain observational data that came to play a crucial role in the development of the discipline. The twentieth century also was a period of scientific controversy, a struggle between two cosmological concepts, namely the Big Bang and the Steady State theories. In this essay I shall explain why the Steady State theory of cosmos came about by investigating the context in which it was developed. I shall illustrate that the theory was in a sense the result of the developments in cosmology in the first half of the century, while at the same time it can be seen as a reaction to those changes.
Folklore under various names has been with us ever since man began to take an objective look at his culture. What distinctions can be pointed out between folklore and the formal culture of people? How and in what situations does folklore manifest itself? Can you specify different types of foklore?
The Central State Museum of the Republic of KazakhstanThe Central State Museum of the Republic of Kazakhstan was established at the beginning of the 1930's in Almaty. The current building dates to 1985 and hosts four large exhibition halls, covering hundreds of unique Kazakh exhibits including spiritual and cultural material describing the thousand-year history of the country. The A. Kasteyev State Museum of ArtsThe State Arts Museum named after A. Kasteyev includes over 20 thousand exhibits in its collection (painting, graphics, sculpture, theatre, and decorative art).
From early times Englishmen have been great collectors and travellers. The general level of art in Great Britain has always been high. But it has never reached that of France and Italy. Many greatest foreign masters were attracted to Britain by lavish rewards and honours. Among them were the Flemish Anthony Van Dyck, Harts Holbein of German extraction. They were the originators of the brilliant school of English painting. As for me, William Hogarth is the most colourful figure, whose paintings attract by their singular originality.