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Durham School - Academic Results and Subjects - Subjects - A/AS Level
... The School offers a range of subjects at A/AS Level, this varies from year to year as the needs of the students and the School change ... Most students choose up to five subjects at AS Level, dropping to three at A2 Level ...
Law Of India - Constitutional and Administrative Law
... Each State Government has the freedom to draft it own laws on subjects classified as state subjects 1 ... Laws passed by the Parliament of India and other pre-existing central laws on subjects classified as central subjects are binding on all citizens ...
Hendrick Ter Brugghen - Work and Impact
... Ter Brugghen's favourite subjects were half-length figures of drinkers or musicians, but he also produced larger-scale religious images and group portraits ... light and shadow, as well as emotionally charged subjects ... His treatment of religious subjects can be seen reflected in the work of Rembrandt, and elements of his style can also be found in the paintings of Frans Hals and Johannes Vermeer ...
Millet (Ottoman Empire) - Millets - Orthodox Christians
... It was named after Greek ("Roman") subjects of the Ottoman Empire, but Orthodox Greeks, Bulgarians, Albanians, Vlachs, Macedonian Slavs, Georgians, Arabs ... religious and political leader (millet-bashi, or ethnarch) of all Orthodox subjects of the Sultan, though in certain periods some major powers, such as Russia (under the 1774 Treaty of Küçük Kaynarca ...
Liechtensteinisches Gymnasium - Oberstufe
... Science During a school day, students take a number of base subjects in addition to several classes that come from the educational track they chose ... Basic subjects include English, German, French, mathematics, physics, and physical education ... The courses in several subjects are only taught in some of the grades OS1 Biology, Economics and Law, history, Art, Music, Religious Education and Ethics OS2 Biology ...

Famous quotes containing the word subjects:

    The beasts, the fishes, and the winged fowls
    Are their males’ subjects and at their controls:
    Man, more divine, the master of all these,
    Lord of the wide world and wild watery seas,
    Indued with intellectual sense and souls,
    Of more pre-eminence than fish and fowls,
    Are masters to their females, and their lords:
    Then let your will attend on their accords.
    William Shakespeare (1564–1616)

    Intellectuals have opinions on subjects they just heard about five minutes ago.
    Mason Cooley (b. 1927)

    ... writers do not find subjects: subjects find them. There is not so much a search as a state of open susceptibility.
    Elizabeth Bowen (1899–1973)