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  • Chiusura ditta edile?

    Ciao, nel 2005 ho aperto una ditta edile; a Dicembre 2013 l'ho chiusa.

    Nella visura ordinaria dell'impresa c'è segnata come "data ultimo protocollo" il 12 Giugno 2013, ma io non ho più fatto fatture (in pratica non ho più usato la ditta) da Marzo 2012.

    Come mai la data dell'ultimo protocollo risale a Giugno? Significa che la ditta è stata usata a Giugno 2013 da qualcuno?

    2 risposteAziende e imprese6 anni fa
  • Dichiarazione dei redditi?

    Dunque...io lavoro con un'agenzia interinale. Nel 2011 ho lavorato da settembre a dicembre, poi mi hanno fatto lo stop and go, quindi mi hanno liquidato tutto.

    Adesso lavoro sempre nello stesso posto, sempre con contratto a tempo determinato, fino a Luglio.

    Per concludere: L' agenzia interinale mi ha dato il CUD totalmente compilato, ma io cosa devo farci?! Devo andare al caaf? Per una consulenza mi han chiesto 78€...

    2 risposteItalia8 anni fa
  • Forze dell'ordine - trasferimento?

    ciao! nel caso una voglia diventare un carabiniere fa il bando e se supera tutte le prove poi lo trasferiscono in un' altra città per iniziare ad esercitare servizio...adesso mi chiedo...c è un lavoro, sempre nelle forze dell ordine, che non implichi il traferimento in altre città? io frequento l università e se poi mi trasferissero di città, qualora superassi le varie prove, diventerebbe un casino.

    1 rispostaForze dell'ordine9 anni fa
  • DRH Lindersvold - Danimarca?

    DRH Lindersvold lavora in collaborazione con Humana People to People, una ONG che offre progetti di volontariato in svariati paesi in via di sviluppo.

    Il nuovo programma che la scuola offre è quello che prevede il B – certificate Fighting with The Poor and B – certificate in Pedagogy e dura 24 mesi, suddivisi in 3 diversi periodi:

    1° periodo: 12 mesi in Danimarca.

    2° periodo: 8 mesi in Africa o India:

    3° periodo: 4 mesi in Danimarca

    Per quanto riguarda le spese,

    per partecipare al programma è necessario pagare una quota di 4000 corone danesi, pari a circa 570 euro. È l’unica spesa che ti viene richiesta. È necessario essere qui una settimana prima dell’inizio del programma.

    Durante il tuo periodo di studi in Danimarca, la scuola ti offre un lavoro per coprire le tue spese.

    Parte dei soldi guadagnati andrà alla scuola per coprire le spese, parte sarà usata per trasporti e materiali di studio e parte sarà destinata al tuo pocket money che riceverai ogni mese per le tue necessità personali.

    Nel programma è previsto anche un periodo di street fundraising, destinato a coprire le spese di viaggio per il progetto in Africa (biglietto aereo e assicurazione di viaggio).

    qualcuno di voi l ha fatto? x chi l ha fatto, com è stato?

    2 risposteDanimarca9 anni fa
  • tasse sullo straordinario?

    Salve, ho un contratto part-time (24 ore a settimana) a tempo determinato e per ogni ora di straordinario guadagno 9 euro. Vorrei chiedervi quante ore posso fare di straordinario al mese senza dover pagare successivamente una batosta con le tasse.

    Alla risposta più chiara ovviamente darò 10 punti!

    1 rispostaItalia9 anni fa
  • iphone 3g cyder help?

    quando collego l iphone 3g al pc lo carica, e fin qui tutto ok, ma xk se apro cyder 2 quest'ultimo non me lo trova? mi da iphone error. soluzioni?

    1 rispostaPalmari e tablet9 anni fa
  • Indovina che auto è!?

    ciao a tutti! ho visto un' auto (credo della Fiat) fantastica, ma non riesco a capire quale modello sia! per questo vi chiedo aiuto...

    ha lo stemma che ha 5 linee parallele verticali

    è bassa

    5 posti

    realizzata negli anni 90

    c è di vari colori: grigia, gialla, rossa, nera (l ho vista solo di questi colori)

    è molto simile alla fiat barchetta, con la differenza che ha il muso davanti più basso e squadrato.

    i fanali anteriori sono come dei rettangoli verticali.

    sulle portiere ha una linea retta per estetica.

    detto questo...non so altro! mi sa pete dire che modello è?

    2 risposteRiparazione e manutenzione9 anni fa
  • Copione Teatrale regole?

    ragaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa

    quali sono le regole da seguire per scrivere un copione teatrale? non voglio vedere degli esempi o che, ma solo un elenco con tutte le regole da seguire, tipo scrivere sempre in maiuscolo il nome del personaggio che parla e cose così!!! 10 punti alla risposta più completa.

    2 risposteTeatro9 anni fa
  • Pagine html - frameset e link?

    ciao!!!

    ho bisogno del vostro aiuto answeriani!!! devo fare delle pagine web con html e non cerco qualcuno che me le spieghi, ma che scriva proprio come dovrebbero essere, in modo che se io copi su blocco note lo schema che fate voi posso visualizzare la pag. web!!! ecco come devono essere:

    1) una pag con una colonna che fa da menù sulla sinistra con sei link a sei siti a piacere. la restante parte della pag. dev'essere divisa in due in orizzontale e la parte superiore dev'essere di grandezza 200.

    2) questa pag web dev'essere divisa in tre colonne orizzontali. la prima 70, la terza 20 e la seconda, ossia quella centrale, grande quello che rimane della pag. inoltre la prima grande 70 deve avere come titolo "Prova".

    3) la pag web dev'essere divisa così: due colonne orizzontali. quella superiore deve occupare i tre quarti della pag. web. la fascia orizzontale inferiore dev'essere divisa a sua volta a metà precisa.

    graaaaaaazie answeriani!!! so che non mi deluderete.

    ovviamente 10 punti alla risposta più completa!!!

    io comunque continuo a chiedermi perchè noi studenti di chimica dobbiamo fare un corso di html.

    1 rispostaProgrammazione e Design9 anni fa
  • Reading Comprehension heeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeelp?

    10 punti a chi risponde nel miglior modo a queste 5 domande!!!

    DOMANDE:

    1- what are the two differences in dress between the saudi camp and guantanamo?

    2- how long has this camp be running?

    3- who runs the centre?

    4- what happens inmates on release?

    5- what does the place feel like?

    QUESTO è IL TESTO (le risposte devono essere in media di due righe) :

    Call it the anti-Guantánamo. Young Saudis are captured in Iraq waging jihad against the American infidels. But instead of being shipped off to a bleak detention camp in Cuba, they are dispatched to a cozy chalet an hour outside the Saudi capital of Riyadh. Technically it's a detention center, but no one is forced to wear an orange jumpsuit or a blindfold. And far from being condemned to solitary confinement, its occupants are free to roam the landscaped courtyard and play Ping-Pong, volleyball and video games.

    Welcome to the Care Rehabilitation Center, part of a three-year-old experiment to reform malleable minds who have fallen under the sway of Osama bin Laden's radical brand of Islam. To get here, jihadis have to demonstrate during a prison interview a readiness to rethink their extremist views. (About 20% of the 1,875 holy warriors invited to participate have refused.) The program, developed by a team of Islamic scholars, psychiatrists and sociologists, tries to convince these men of their mistakes and make them productive members of Saudi society, which has been rocked by terrorism: al-Qaeda attacks have killed 144 people there over the past four years. By not treating the detainees as criminals, the center seeks to avoid reinforcing their radicalism and turning them into role models for more jihadis.

    Although the perimeter is guarded by police, the facility feels like a country club or college campus. Detainees have lots of downtime and soda pop. They spend their days in vocational training, psychological counseling and classroom lectures, most of which are given by religious scholars from the Ministry of Islamic Affairs, including the center's director, Sheik Ahmed Hamid Jelan. He walks the detainees through religious texts on jihad--a theological minefield, considering that while the Saudi government forbids fighting in Iraq, it once recruited young Saudis like bin Laden to fight the Russians in Afghanistan. The basic difference, Jelan explains to his charges, is that fighting the Soviets served the interests of Saudi Arabia and the Muslim world, while struggling against the U.S. in Iraq does not. "We answer all the questions about al-Qaeda concepts by referring to the Koran and the message of Islam," says Jelan. "We have dialogue. They become convinced."

    Among those on the road to reformation: Abdullah Sherif, 28, who went to Iraq in 2003 with four friends hoping to become martyrs resisting the U.S. invasion. At the rehab center, after feasting on lamb, rice, stuffed peppers and Pepsi, he explains how his fellow jihadis died in a U.S. air strike in Kurdistan early in the war. He was captured eight months later by U.S. troops in Mosul and turned over to Saudi authorities. "I had these ideas in my head," Sherif says of the teachings of bin Laden, whom he once regarded as a hero. "But he made a lot of mistakes, like targeting Saudi Arabia." The former jihadi now plans to take up Islamic studies and open a car-repair shop when he gets out of rehab.

    Once Sherif is deemed fit for release, he will be sent home and, like the 700 or so others who have been discharged by the center, monitored indefinitely. Ex-detainees are given a monthly stipend--typically about $700--and sometimes a new car. Family members are enlisted to help watch over these men, who are strongly encouraged to start families of their own. Having children, the thinking goes, lessens the temptation to rejoin the jihad, which is why the program makes available upwards of $20,000 for an ex-detainee's wedding.

    The Saudi government claims the program has been hugely successful, and security officials from other Arab countries have visited to see if the model might work for them. In the presence of guards, detainees say they want to resume normal lives, but perhaps a more telling sign is a game of Ping-Pong between a detainee and an American reporter. When the visitor makes a particularly impressive play, showing his powerful forehand, cheers from onlookers fill the evening air.

    grazie in anticipo!!! :-)

    1 rispostaLingue9 anni fa
  • Inglese - Chi risponde a queste domande?

    ok il mio inglese fa schifo e devo rispondere a queste domande entro domani, inoltre col google translator non ci capisco un tubo quindi 10 punti a chi mi rispode a queste 5 domande.

    questions

    what happened at kent state university?

    HOW DO WE KNOW TODAY'S YOUNGER GENERATION ARE CLOSE TO THEIR PARENTS?

    what do sons and daughters credit their parents with today?

    technology is so important to millenials that they do what at night?

    what does Neil Hove believe drove millenials to technology?

    Track

    Come back with me 40 years to the rabid spring of 1970. President Nixon announced the invasion of Cambodia, and campuses exploded. Kids who had never picked up a rock in their lives were occupying the classrooms they used to study in. When National Guardsmen shot four unarmed students at Kent State, virtually the entire system of higher education shuddered and stopped. The fabric of the country seemed to be tearing; everything about the older generation was contaminated, corrupt. Asked in a Gallup poll if there was a generation gap, 74% of the young people of that era said yes.

    And now? Today's kids aren't taking up arms against their parents; they're too busy texting them. The members of the millennial generation, ages 18 to 29, are so close to their parents that college students typically check in about 10 times a week, and they are all Facebook friends. Kids and parents dress alike, listen to the same music and fight less than previous generations, and millennials assert that older people's moral values are generally superior to their own.

    Yet even more young people perceive a gap. According to a recently released Pew Research Center report, 79% of millennials say there is a major difference in the point of view of younger and older people today. Young Americans are now more educated, more diverse, more optimistic and less likely to have a job than previous generations. But it is in their use of technology that millennials see the greatest difference, starting perhaps with the fact that 83% of them sleep with their cell phones. Change now comes so strong and fast that it pulls apart even those who wish to hang together--and the future belongs to the strong of thumb.

    But we miss the point, warns social historian Neil Howe, if we weigh only how technology shapes a generation and not the other way around. The millennials were raised in a cocoon, their anxious parents afraid to let them go out in the park to play. So should we be surprised that they learned to leverage technology to build community, tweeting and texting and friending while their elders were still dialing long-distance? They are the most likely of any generation to think technology unites people rather than isolates them, that it is primarily a means of connection, not competition.

    That hunger for community further distinguishes them from the radical individualists of the baby-boom years. In fact, in some respects the millennials emerge as radically conventional. Asked about their life goals, 52% say being a good parent is most important to them, followed by having a successful marriage; 59% think that the trend of more single women having children is bad for society. While more tolerant than older generations, they are still more likely to disapprove of than support the trend of unmarried couples living together. While they're more politically progressive than their elders, you could argue that their strong support for gay marriage and interracial marriage reflects their desire to extend traditional institutions as widely as possible. If boomers were always looking to shock, millennials are eager to share.

    But they are also unconventionally conventional. They are, for example, the least officially religious of any modern generation, and fully 1 in 4 has no religious affiliation at all. On the other hand, they are just as spiritual, just as likely to believe in miracles and hell and angels as earlier generations were. They pray about as much as their elders did when they were young--all of which suggests that they have not lost faith in God, only in the institutions that claim to speak for him.

    1 rispostaScuole primarie e secondarie10 anni fa
  • Inglese - Chi risponde a queste domande?

    ok il mio inglese fa schifo e devo rispondere a queste domande entro domani, inoltre col google translator non ci capisco un tubo quindi 10 punti a chi mi rispode a queste 5 domande.

    questions

    what happened at kent state university?

    HOW DO WE KNOW TODAY'S YOUNGER GENERATION ARE CLOSE TO THEIR PARENTS?

    what do sons and daughters credit their parents with today?

    technology is so important to millenials that they do what at night?

    what does Neil Hove believe drove millenials to technology?

    Track

    Come back with me 40 years to the rabid spring of 1970. President Nixon announced the invasion of Cambodia, and campuses exploded. Kids who had never picked up a rock in their lives were occupying the classrooms they used to study in. When National Guardsmen shot four unarmed students at Kent State, virtually the entire system of higher education shuddered and stopped. The fabric of the country seemed to be tearing; everything about the older generation was contaminated, corrupt. Asked in a Gallup poll if there was a generation gap, 74% of the young people of that era said yes.

    And now? Today's kids aren't taking up arms against their parents; they're too busy texting them. The members of the millennial generation, ages 18 to 29, are so close to their parents that college students typically check in about 10 times a week, and they are all Facebook friends. Kids and parents dress alike, listen to the same music and fight less than previous generations, and millennials assert that older people's moral values are generally superior to their own.

    Yet even more young people perceive a gap. According to a recently released Pew Research Center report, 79% of millennials say there is a major difference in the point of view of younger and older people today. Young Americans are now more educated, more diverse, more optimistic and less likely to have a job than previous generations. But it is in their use of technology that millennials see the greatest difference, starting perhaps with the fact that 83% of them sleep with their cell phones. Change now comes so strong and fast that it pulls apart even those who wish to hang together--and the future belongs to the strong of thumb.

    But we miss the point, warns social historian Neil Howe, if we weigh only how technology shapes a generation and not the other way around. The millennials were raised in a cocoon, their anxious parents afraid to let them go out in the park to play. So should we be surprised that they learned to leverage technology to build community, tweeting and texting and friending while their elders were still dialing long-distance? They are the most likely of any generation to think technology unites people rather than isolates them, that it is primarily a means of connection, not competition.

    That hunger for community further distinguishes them from the radical individualists of the baby-boom years. In fact, in some respects the millennials emerge as radically conventional. Asked about their life goals, 52% say being a good parent is most important to them, followed by having a successful marriage; 59% think that the trend of more single women having children is bad for society. While more tolerant than older generations, they are still more likely to disapprove of than support the trend of unmarried couples living together. While they're more politically progressive than their elders, you could argue that their strong support for gay marriage and interracial marriage reflects their desire to extend traditional institutions as widely as possible. If boomers were always looking to shock, millennials are eager to share.

    But they are also unconventionally conventional. They are, for example, the least officially religious of any modern generation, and fully 1 in 4 has no religious affiliation at all. On the other hand, they are just as spiritual, just as likely to believe in miracles and hell and angels as earlier generations were. They pray about as much as their elders did when they were young--all of which suggests that they have not lost faith in God, only in the institutions that claim to speak for him.

    2 risposteLingue10 anni fa
  • accademia militare di modena?

    ciao,riguardo all'argomento ho diverse domande:

    - il punteggio della maturità conta in qualche modo per l ammissione all accademia?

    - sono alto 1.75 e fin qui tutto ok,ma se peso 51 kg (cioè 17 kg sotto il mio peso forma) posso rischiare di non essere ammesso per questo anche se nelle prove scritte e fisiche vado bene?

    - com'è la vita quotidiana in accademia? ho un giorno alla settimana per me?

    - una volta che vengo ammesso,devo pagare qualcosa?

    - a chi l'ha frequentata,com'è stato? cosa vi hanno fatto fare?

    - se passo l'accademia,la laurea in scienza strategiche è a mie spese?

    1 rispostaForze dell'ordine1 decennio fa
  • università popolare di Torino?

    posso iscrivermi a tutti i corsi che voglio? è presente l' obbligo di frequenza? quanto costa dare un esame? dopo i 120€ d' iscrizione,devo pagare altro? grazie a tutti per le risposte

    1 rispostaUniversità1 decennio fa
  • funzioni di matematica?

    aiutoooooooooooooooooooo!

    devo fare un'interrogazione sulle funzioni di matematica...ma non ho capito molte cose!

    mi potreste spiegare come ricavare dal Grafico della funzione queste cose? ho a disposizione solo il grafico,senza la funzione! e devo ricavare:

    - C.E. (dominio)

    - codominio

    - gli intervalli dove la funzione è negativa e positiva

    - intersezioni con gli assi

    inoltre come faccio ad associare una funzione che conosco ad un grafico? se la funzione ha indice dispari cosa devo fare?

    help :-(

    1 rispostaMatematica1 decennio fa
  • diventare capitano dei carabinieri?

    ciao a tutti,vorrei solo sapere come si fa a diventare capitano dei carabinieri. Ho bisogno di sapere più info possibili. Miglior punteggio alla risposta più completa.

    10 risposteForze dell'ordine1 decennio fa
  • diritti degli animali?

    ragazzi,sto preparando un video sul massacro degli animali per creare le pellicce (cosa abominevole); avrei bisogno di modelle che sfilano con delle pellicce,dei video,ma non riesco a trovarli! youtube e goggle non mi son stati d'aiuto. vi prego,mi sapreste dire dei link dove posso trovare dei video di modelle che sfilano con delle pellicce? magari se conoscete anche qualche film che tratta dei diritti degli animali con video shock o cose così...avanti ragazzi non possiamo lasciare che degli esseri viventi muoiano ogni giorno per coprire qualche baldracca,avanti allora!!! aiutatemi nel mio intento

    4 risposteAnimali da compagnia - Altro1 decennio fa