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Bill of Rights - U.

Bill of Rights - U.S. History. I INTRODUCTION Bill of Rights, first ten amendments to the Constitution of the United States. The Bill of Rights establishes basic American civil liberties that the government cannot violate. The states ratified the Bill of Rights in 1791, three years after the Constitution was ratified. Originally the Bill of Rights applied only to the federal government, but...


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Gerald Ford

Gerald Ford I INTRODUCTION Gerald Ford (1913-2006), 38th president of the United States (1974-1977), the only president not to be elected to either the office of the presidency or the vice presidency. He attempted during his 2.5-year term to restore the nation's confidence in a government tarnished by the Watergate scandal and an economy suffering from...


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Mexican War.

Mexican War. I INTRODUCTION Mexican War, conflict between the United States and Mexico, lasting from 1846 to 1848. The war resulted in a decisive U.S. victory and forced Mexico to relinquish all claims to approximately half its national territory. Mexico had already lost control of much of its northeastern territory as a result of the Texas Revolution (1835-1836). This land, combined with the...


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White House - geography.

White House - geography. I INTRODUCTION White House, official residence of the president of the United States, situated at 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue in Washington, D.C. The White House was built between 1792 and 1800 in a simple neoclassical style. Despite numerous renovations and additions since then, the White House has retained its classically simple style. The White House has been the home of...


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St. Louis (city) - geography. I INTRODUCTION St. Louis (city) or Saint Louis,

St. Louis (city) - geography. I INTRODUCTION St. Louis (city) or Saint Louis, city in eastern Missouri, extending along the west bank of the Mississippi River where it makes a great bend to the east. The hub of the largest metropolitan region in Missouri, St. Louis is one of the Midwest's principal industrial, commercial, educational, and cultural centers. It is a city...


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Gerald Ford.

Gerald Ford. I INTRODUCTION Gerald Ford (1913-2006), 38th president of the United States (1974-1977), the only president not to be elected to either the office of the presidency or the vice presidency. He attempted during his 2.5-year term to restore the nation's confidence in a government tarnished by the Watergate scandal and an economy suffering from inflation and unemployment. After being defeated in...


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Warfare.

Warfare. I INTRODUCTION Warfare, use of force on the part of two or more nations or other organized groups for the purpose of deciding questions at issue that cannot be settled by diplomatic means. Warfare takes a variety of forms besides organized military confrontations--among them insurrections, revolutions, coups d'état, guerrilla warfare, and terrorism. A state of war can also exist without actual recourse...


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International Law.

International Law. I INTRODUCTION International Law, principles, rules, and standards that govern nations and other participants in international affairs in their relations with one another. International law is the law of the international community. Most international law consists of long-standing customs, provisions agreed to in treaties, and generally accepted principles of law recognized by nations. Some international law is also created by the...


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Bill of Rights.

Bill of Rights. I INTRODUCTION Bill of Rights, first ten amendments to the Constitution of the United States. The Bill of Rights establishes basic American civil liberties that the government cannot violate. The states ratified the Bill of Rights in 1791, three years after the Constitution was ratified. Originally the Bill of Rights applied only to the federal government, but in a series...


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Submarine.

Submarine. I INTRODUCTION Submarine, type of warship designed to operate completely underwater for long periods of time. They are designed to submerge and surface, and to maneuver quietly underwater to avoid detection. Submarines can launch a variety of weapons including torpedoes, mines, antiship and land-attack cruise missiles, and submarine launched ballistic missiles (SLBMs) with nuclear warheads. Modern submarines have a cylindrical hull that...


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Literary Criticism I INTRODUCTION Literary Criticism, discussion of literature, including description, analysis, interpretation, and evaluation of literary works.

Literary Criticism I INTRODUCTION Literary Criticism, discussion of literature, including description, analysis, interpretation, and evaluation of literary works. Like literature, criticism is hard to define. One of the critic's tasks is to challenge definitions of literature and criticism that seem too general, too narrow, or unworkable for any other reason. Whatever it is, literary criticism deals with different dimensions of literature as a...


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Portraiture I INTRODUCTION Portraiture, visual representation of individual people, distinguished by references to the subject's character, social position, wealth, or profession.

Portraiture I INTRODUCTION Portraiture, visual representation of individual people, distinguished by references to the subject's character, social position, wealth, or profession. In the broadest sense, portraiture can include representations of animals (favored pets or prize-winning livestock, for example) or even representations of dwellings. As discussed here, however, portraiture refers only to images of people. II CHARACTERISTICS OF PORTRAITS Portraitists often strive for exact visual likenesses. However,...


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Blues I INTRODUCTION Listening to the Blues Blues music comes in a variety of styles and forms, including acoustic blues, electric blues, rock, and jazz.

Blues I INTRODUCTION Listening to the Blues Blues music comes in a variety of styles and forms, including acoustic blues, electric blues, rock, and jazz. But underlying even the most complex blues performance is a standardized harmonic form known as the 12-bar blues. This form coalesced during the 1930s and 1940s, as the blues evolved from a rural solo style to an urban group...


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Musical I INTRODUCTION George Gershwin American pianist, songwriter, and composer George Gershwin was one of the most important figures in popular song in the 1920s and 1930s.

Musical I INTRODUCTION George Gershwin American pianist, songwriter, and composer George Gershwin was one of the most important figures in popular song in the 1920s and 1930s. In collaboration with his brother Ira, Gershwin wrote songs for such musical comedies as Lady Be Good (1924) and Funny Face (1927) as well as the opera Porgy and Bess (1935). The Gershwins' Of Thee I Sing...


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Boxing.

Boxing. I INTRODUCTION Boxing, fistfighting sport between two matched combatants wearing padded gloves. A boxer's primary aim is to land as many blows as possible to the head and torso of the opponent, using strength and speed to dominate the contest. One of the oldest sports still practiced, boxing dates back thousands of years. Today the sport is popular in many parts of...


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Cat. I INTRODUCTION Cat, small, mainly carnivorous animal, Felis silvestris catus, member of

Cat. I INTRODUCTION Cat, small, mainly carnivorous animal, Felis silvestris catus, member of the family Felidae, popular as a household pet, and valuable for killing mice and rats. Like other members of the cat family, the domestic cat has retractile claws; keen hearing and smell; remarkable night vision; and a compact, muscular, and highly supple body. Cats possess excellent memory and exhibit considerable...


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Diving (underwater).

Diving (underwater). I INTRODUCTION Diving (underwater), act of entering water and remaining below the surface to explore, to work, or simply to have fun. Diving is popular all over the world. It is usually done in the ocean, but divers also explore other bodies of water, including lakes, rivers, and ponds. Snorkeling on the surface (or just below) is a common form...


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Golf Tournament Winners.

Golf Tournament Winners. The Masters. Year Winner 1934 Horton Smith 1935 Gene Sarazen 1936 Horton Smith 1937 Byron Nelson 1938 Henry Picard 1939 Ralph Guldahl 1940 Jimmy Demaret 1941 Craig Wood 1942 Byron Nelson 1943-45 Not held 1946 Herman Keiser 1947 Jimmy Demaret 1948 Claude Harmon 1949 Sam Snead 1950 Jimmy Demaret 1951 Ben Hogan 1952 Sam Snead 1953 Ben Hogan 1954 Sam Snead 1955 Cary Middlecoff 1956 Jack Burke, Jr. 1957 Doug Ford 1958 Arnold Palmer 1959 Art Wall, Jr. 1960 Arnold Palmer 1961 Gary Player 1962 Arnold Palmer 1963 Jack Nicklaus 1964 Arnold Palmer 1965 Jack Nicklaus 1966 Jack Nicklaus 1967 Gay Brewer, Jr. 1968 Bob Goalby 1969 George Archer 1970 Billy Casper 1971 Charles Coody 1972 Jack Nicklaus 1973 Tommy Aaron 1974 Gary Player 1975 Jack Nicklaus 1976 Ray Floyd 1977 Tom Watson 1978 Gary Player 1979 Fuzzy Zoeller 1980 Severiano Ballesteros 1981 Tom Watson 1982 Craig Stadler 1983 Severiano Ballesteros 1984 Ben Crenshaw 1985 Bernhard Langer 1986 Jack Nicklaus 1987 Larry...


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Paraguay - geographie.

Paraguay - geographie. 1 EINLEITUNG Paraguay, Staat in Südamerika, grenzt im Nordwesten und Norden an Bolivien, im Osten an Brasilien und im Süden und Südwesten an Argentinien. Die Gesamtfläche beträgt 406 752 Quadratkilometer, Hauptstadt des Landes ist Asunción. 2 LAND Paraguay ist neben Bolivien der einzige Binnenstaat Südamerikas. Naturräumlich wird das Land überwiegend von Aufschüttungsebenen und Bergland geprägt. 2.1 Physische Geographie Der das Land von Norden nach Süden...


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