Dopey is the youngest dwarf so, he doesn’t have beard.
He is mute. His job at the mine is to clean up all the
unusable jewels and lock up the mine. Sometimes he is
scared, however he can be very brave when Snow White
is in danger.
Grumpy is… grumpy. He has the biggest nose of the
seven and he rejects Snow White for the simple fact that
she is a woman. However, deep down he cares for her
safety. He usually warns her of the Wicked Queen.
Sneezy sneezes almost all the time. He has the
shortest beard. The cause of his sneezes is an allergy
Happy is the joyous dwarf. He is the fattest and is
Bashful is the shyest. When he begins to feel shy, his
entire face turns bright red. He always annoys Grumpy.
Doc is considered the leader of the Seven Dwarfs, he is
the oldest. He wears glasses and oftentimes mixes up his
words. His job in the mine is to check the authenticity
of the jewelry.
Sleepy is always tired with heavy eyelids. His job at the
mine is to haul all the diamonds and rubies by cart to Doc
for inspection. He also has the longest beard of the seven.
Usually he's pestered by a fly.
A rainbow is an optical and meteorological phenomenon.
It takes the form of a multicoloured arc, traditionally
the full sequence of colors is red, orange, yellow, green,
blue, indigo and violet.
The seven deadly sins are a classification of vices used in
Christian teachings to educate and protect followers from basic
human instincts. The church divided sin into two types: 1-venial
and 2-capital or mortal.
The generally accepted deadly sins are:
Lust consists on excessive ‘love of others’, what is totally the
opposite from the love due to God.
It also includes obsessive, unlawful, or unnatural sexual desire,
such as desiring sex with a person outside marriage or unnatural
sexual appetites (like bestiality). Rape and
adultery are considered to be extreme forms of lust.
Gluttony is an overindulgence of food and drink. Marked by a refusal
to share resources and unreasonable or unnecessary consumption,
Gluttony could also include certain forms of destructive behavior,
especially for sport (like trophy hunting), drug abuse or excess
drinking. The definition for Gluttony has the words “overindulgence”
in it, so, Gluttony could be overindulgence in buying, wearing, using
(not just food).
Greed is like Lust and Gluttony, a sin of excess. But, Greed principally
applies to the acquisition of wealth. Other forms of sinful behaviour
includes disloyalty, deliberate betrayal, or treason, especially for
personal gain or when compensated, theft and robbery, especially by
violence, trickery, or manipulation.
The definition of sloth has changed very much since its original
inclusion in the list. Originally, its place was fulfilled by two others,
Acedia and Sadness. Sloth is the only sin characterized by an absence
or insufficiency of love. It was described as quot;failure to love God with
all one's heart, all one's mind and all one's soul“. Modern
interpretations describe Sloth as a sin of laziness. For this reason
Sloth is now often seen as being considerably less serious than the
Inappropriate feelings of hate and anger. Wishing to do evil or
harm to others. This also includes anger towards others for no
good reason, for example their race or religion, leading to
discrimination, murder, assault, and genocide.
Envy is the desire for another's character, status, abilities,
situation, or possessions. It doesn’t need to be associated with an
object; its most important characteristic is the unfavorable
comparison of one's own status with that of another.
It is considered sinful because envious people ignore their own
blessings, and focus on others' status rather than their own
In almost every list Pride is considered the original or most serious
sin. It is identified as a desire to be more important or attractive to
others, or excessive love of self (especially holding self out of
proper position toward God). Pride was what sparked the fall of
Lucifer from Heaven, and his subsequent transformation into
Satan. Vanity and Narcissism are good examples of Pride
Each deadly sin is opposed by one of the corresponding Seven Holy
Lust (undesired love) Chastity (purity)
Gluttony (overindulgence) Moderation (self-restraint)
Greed (avarice) Generosity (vigilance)
Sloth (laziness) Zeal (integrity)
Wrath (anger) Meekness (composure)
Envy (desire) Charity (giving)
Pride (vanity) Humility (humbleness)
The Seven Wonders of the World (or the Seven Wonders of the
Ancient World) is a list of seven popular places of classical
Wonder Date Builder Destroyed Cause
Great Pyramid of Giza 2550 BC Egyptians n/a n/a
Hanging Gardens of Babylon 600 BC Babylonians after 1st century BC earthquake
Temple of Artemis at Ephesus 550 BC Lydians, Greeks 356 BC fire
Statue of Zeus at Olympia 435 BC Greeks fire
Mausoleum of Maussollos at
351 BC Carians, Greeks by 1494 AD earthquake
Colossus of Rhodes 292-280 BC Hellenistic Greece 224 BC earthquake
Lighthouse of Alexandria 3rd century BC Hellenistic Egypt 1303-1480 AD earthquake
The Great Pyramid of Giza is the oldest and last remaining of the
Seven Wonders of the World. Most Egyptologists agree the pyramid
was constructed during 20 years being concluding around 2560 BC.
It is generally believed the Great Pyramid was built as the tomb of
Fourth dynasty Egyptian pharaoh Khufu (Cheops).
The Hanging Gardens of Babylon or the Hanging Gardens of
Semiramis and the walls of Babylon (present-day Iraq) were both
supposedly built by Nebuchadnezzar II around 600 BC .
The lush Hanging Gardens are extensively documented by Greek
historians such as Strabo and Diodorus Siculus, but there are no
Babylonian records of any such gardens having existed.
The Temple of Artenis or Temple of Diana was a Greek temple
dedicated to Artemis completed around 550 BC at Ephesus (in
present-day Turkey) under the Achaemenid dynasty of the Persian
Empire. Nothing remains of the original temple, The temple was a
120-year project started by Croesus of Lydia.
The Statue of Zeus at Olympia was carved by the legendary
Classical sculptor Phidias (5th century BC) about 435 BC in
The seated statue occupied the whole aisle of the temple that was
built to house it, and was 12 meters tall. In his right hand a figure
of Victory made from ivory and gold. In his left hand, his scepter
inlaid with all metals, and an eagle perched on the sceptre. The
sandals and his robe are made of gold.
The Mausoleum of Maussollos, or Mausoleum of Halicarnassus
was a tomb built between 353–350 BC at Halicarnassus (present
Turkey), for Mausolus, a provincial king in the Persian Empire,
and Artemisia, his wife, and sister. quot;Mausol–eumquot;, originally
meant quot;in honour of Mausol
The Colossus of Rhodes was a giant statue of the god Helios, erected
on the Greek island of Rhodes by Chares of Lindos between 292 BC
and 280 BC. It was roughly the same size as the Statue of Liberty in
New York, although it stood on a lower platform.
The Pharos of Alexandria was a lighthouse built in the 3rd century
BC on the island of Pharos in Alexandria, Egypt to serve as that
port's landmark, and later, a lighthouse.
With a height variously estimated at between 115 and 135 meters
it was among the tallest man-made structures on Earth for many
The American Society of Civil Engineers compiled another list of
wonders of the modern world:
Similar to the other lists of wonders, there is no consensus on a
list of seven natural wonders of the world, as there has been
debate over how large the list should be. One of the many lists was
compiled by CNN.
The ancient Greeks knew that the sun was the source of life on
the planet and they gave it prime importance in their thinking.
When the Romans later adopted the seven day week they
emphasize their respect for the sun by naming the first day of
the week for it...quot;dies solisquot;...quot;day of the sunquot;.
The first day of the week, Sunday, since ancient times has been
designated the quot;day of restquot;. For Christians it is the holy day of
the week, due to the fact that Christ was reported to have risen
from the dead upon this day.
If sun is honored on Sunday, it follows that the Moon should be
given a place of prominence on Monday. For example, the Latin
word for moon is quot;lunaquot; and from that comes the French word
Many cultures see Monday also as an unlucky day, even as a day
when people become insane. This may have something to do
with the day's association with the moon. The Latin word for
moon comes even into our own language to designate lunacy.
Tyr or Tiw was the Norse God
of War. When the Germanic
Angles and Saxon's invaded
England in the 500's . They
called the day of the God of War
The early Scandanavians and Germans believed that Odin was
the chief God of Asgard and as such deserved to have a day of the
week named for him. The Anglo-Saxons used the word,
Wednesday is often referred to as quot;hump dayquot; because of its
position as the middle day of the work week.
Thor was the Norse God of Thunder.
The Angles and Saxon's who invaded England in the 500's carried
belief in Thor with them in their wars.
Friday is one of the most popular days in the week. TGIF is the commonly used
meaning quot;Thank Goodness It's Friday”
The name comes from a Norse Goddess, Frigga. She was the goddess of marriage and
Since early times a Friday that falls on the 13th day of a month has been thought to
Saturday is the only day of the week that retained its
Roman origins in the wake of the English invasions of
the Angles and Saxons. This may have been because
there was no Norse God to roughly correspond to the
Roman God of Time and the Harvest, Saturn. The Anglo-
Saxons simply adapted the Roman, quot;dies saturniquot;,
making it saterdaeg.
Planetas Sol Lua Marte Mercúrio Júpiter Vénus Saturno
Línguas Sun Moon Mars Mercury Jupiter Venus Saturn
Latim Dies Solis Dies Lunae Dies Martis Dies Jovis Dies Saturni
Português Domingo Segunda Terça Quarta Quinta Sexta Sábado
Inglês Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday
Francês Dimanche Lundi Mardi Mercredi Jeudi Vendredi Samedi
Italiano Domenica Lunedi Martedi Mercoledi Giovedi Venerdi Sabato
Alemão Sonntag Montag Dienstag Mittwoch Donnerstag Freitag Samstag
Espanhol Domingo Lunes Martes Miércoles Jueves Viernes Sabado
Hebraico Yom rishon Yom sheni Yom shlishi Yom Revi'i Yom shishi Shabat
Sueco söndag mändag tisdag onsdag torsdag fredag lördag
Saxónico Sun's Day Moon's Day Tiw's Day Thor's Day Frigg's Day
The number of objects in the solar system visible to the naked eye
the Sun, the Moon and the five classical naked eye planets: Mars,
Mercury, Jupiter, Venus, and Saturn.
It is traditionally thought that there are seven
continents on Earth.
BY SIZE NUMBERS OF COUNTRIES
#1 Asia - (44,579,000 sq km) #1 Africa - (53)
#2 Africa - (30,065,000 sq km) #2 Europe - (46)
#3 North America - (24,256,000 sq km) #3 Asia - (44)
#4 South America - (17,819,000 sq km) #4 North America - (23)
#5 Antarctica - (13,209,000 sq km) #5 Oceania - (14)
#6 Europe - (9,938,000 sq km) #6 South America - (12)
#7 Australia/Oceania - (7,687,000 sq km) #7 Antarctica - (0)
BY POPULATION 2005 est.
#1 Asia - (3,879,000,000)
#2 Africa - (877,500,000)
#3 Europe - (727,000,000)
#4 North America - (501,500,000)
#5 South America - (379,500,000)
#6 Australia/Oceania - (32,000,000)
#7 Antarctica - (0)
Viewed as a lucky number in both Japanese Culture and many