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Slavery in the United States - U.

Slavery in the United States - U.S. History. I INTRODUCTION Slavery in the United States, the institution of slavery as it existed in the United States from the early 17th century until 1865. Slavery played a central role in the history of the United States. It existed in all the English mainland colonies and came to dominate agricultural production in the states...


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Maya Civilization - History.

Maya Civilization - History. I INTRODUCTION Maya Civilization, an ancient Native American culture that represented one of the most advanced civilizations in the western hemisphere before the arrival of Europeans. The people known as the Maya lived in the region that is now eastern and southern Mexico, Guatemala, Belize, El Salvador, and western Honduras. They thrived for more than 2,000 years. The Maya...


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Inca Empire - History.

Inca Empire - History. I INTRODUCTION Inca Empire, vast kingdom in the Andes Mountains of South America that was created by the Quechua, a Native American people, in the 15th century AD. The Inca Empire was conquered by the Spanish in the early 16th century. The Incas built a wealthy and complex civilization that ruled between 5 million and 11 million people. The Inca system...


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Maya Civilization.

Maya Civilization. I INTRODUCTION Maya Civilization, an ancient Native American culture that represented one of the most advanced civilizations in the western hemisphere before the arrival of Europeans. The people known as the Maya lived in the region that is now eastern and southern Mexico, Guatemala, Belize, El Salvador, and western Honduras. They thrived for more than 2,000 years. The Maya built massive...


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Inca Empire.

Inca Empire. I INTRODUCTION Inca Empire, vast kingdom in the Andes Mountains of South America that was created by the Quechua, a Native American people, in the 15th century AD. The Inca Empire was conquered by the Spanish in the early 16th century. The Incas built a wealthy and complex civilization that ruled between 5 million and 11 million people. The Inca system of government...


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Maya Civilization.

Maya Civilization. I INTRODUCTION Maya Civilization, an ancient Native American culture that represented one of the most advanced civilizations in the western hemisphere before the arrival of Europeans. The people known as the Maya lived in the region that is now eastern and southern Mexico, Guatemala, Belize, El Salvador, and western Honduras. They thrived for more than 2,000 years. The Maya built massive...


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Montréal - Geography.

Montréal - Geography. I INTRODUCTION Montréal, city in Île-de-Montréal County, southern Québec province, Canada. The second largest city in Canada, Montréal is one of Canada's leading commercial, industrial, and service centers. It is also a center of Canadian intellectual and cultural life and the chief cultural center of the French part of Canada. Most of the residents are of French descent and speak...


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Angola (country) - country.

Angola (country) - country. I INTRODUCTION Angola (country), country in southwestern Africa, bordering the Atlantic Ocean. Until 1975 it was ruled by Portugal and was sometimes called Portuguese West Africa. Angola became independent in 1975 after almost 15 years of war waged by Angolans against Portuguese rule. A civil war between rival Angolan factions broke out soon after independence and continued until the...


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Trinidad and Tobago - country.

Trinidad and Tobago - country. I INTRODUCTION Trinidad and Tobago, country comprising the southernmost of the islands in the Caribbean Sea. Trinidad, Tobago, and the adjacent islets that make up the country are situated off the northern coast of South America. The country's capital and largest city, Port-of-Spain, is on Trinidad, the larger of the two islands. Trinidad and Tobago has a varied...


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Tanzania - country.

Tanzania - country. I INTRODUCTION Tanzania, republic in East Africa, on the Indian Ocean. A diverse country in which close to 100 different languages are spoken, Tanzania was formed by the federation of the nations of Tanganyika and Zanzibar in 1964. The country's name is a combination of the first syllables of the component territories' names. Tanzania is bounded on the north by...


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Republic of Singapore - country.

Republic of Singapore - country. I INTRODUCTION Republic of Singapore, independent republic in Southeast Asia, comprising 1 main island and about 50 small adjacent islands off the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula. The main island, Singapore Island, is separated from Malaysia on the north by the narrow Johore Strait and is linked by road and rail to the Malaysian city of...


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United Arab Emirates - country.

United Arab Emirates - country. I INTRODUCTION United Arab Emirates (UAE), federation of seven independent states located in the southeastern corner of the Arabian Peninsula, part of the Middle East region. Once known as the Trucial States, the UAE became an independent country in 1971. Each emirate (small state ruled by a hereditary chief called an emir) is centered on a coastal settlement...


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Montréal - geography.

Montréal - geography. I INTRODUCTION Montréal, city in Île-de-Montréal County, southern Québec province, Canada. The second largest city in Canada, Montréal is one of Canada's leading commercial, industrial, and service centers. It is also a center of Canadian intellectual and cultural life and the chief cultural center of the French part of Canada. Most of the residents are of French descent and speak...


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Tiger - biology.

Tiger - biology. I INTRODUCTION Tiger, largest member of the cat family and the only wild cat with striped fur. Perfectly designed predators, tigers possess beauty, grace, and awesome power. Their presence in the wild, revealed by a throaty roar or a track on a dusty trail, electrifies the forest and sends shivers down the spines of all who share its space....


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Fire - chemistry.

Fire - chemistry. I INTRODUCTION Fire, reaction involving fuel and oxygen that produces heat and light. Early humans used fire to warm themselves, cook food, and frighten away predators. Sitting around a fire may have helped unite and strengthen family groups and speed the evolution of early society. Fire enabled our human ancestors to travel out of warm, equatorial regions and, eventually, spread...


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Human Sexuality.

Human Sexuality. I INTRODUCTION Human Sexuality, general term referring to various sexually related aspects of human life, including physical and psychological development, and behaviors, attitudes, and social customs associated with the individual's sense of gender, relationships, sexual activity, mate selection, and reproduction. Sexuality permeates many areas of human life and culture, thereby setting humans apart from other members of the animal kingdom, in...


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Uganda - geographie.

Uganda - geographie. 1 EINLEITUNG Uganda, Republik in Ostafrika, grenzt im Norden an die Republik Sudan, im Osten an Kenia, im Süden an Tansania und Ruanda und im Westen an die Demokratische Republik Kongo. Uganda ist Mitglied des Commonwealth of Nations. Das Land hat eine Fläche von 241 038 Quadratkilometern. Hauptstadt des Landes ist Kampala. 2 LAND Uganda ist ein Binnenstaat in Ostafrika beiderseits des...


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DAEDALus

 (Cunningly Wrought) Greek A leg-endary Athenian, descendant of the god HEPHAEsTus, who was known as “the divine artificer.” Daedalus was a great craftsman, architect, sculptor, and inventor. His nephew, TALus, was also a gifted craftsman and became the apprentice of Daedalus. When the boy invented the saw, Daedalus became jealous, murdered his nephew, and fled from ATHENs to...


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