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La France de PITTE

LA FRANCE Jean-Robert Pitte   INTRODUCTION   -         La France est née d’une volonté de vivre ensemble sur un territoire, entre centralisation et respect des différences régionales. L’économie repose sur un accord, d’harmonie variable, entre l’État et le secteur privé. Ce partage se retrouve au plan de l’organisation de l’espace. -         L’interprétation de la géographie de la France qui est ici proposée retrace...


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Diderot, Le Neuveu de Rameau

Explication de texte : Diderot, Le Neveu de Rameau     Structure de l’oeuvre : -         Nouveau genre littéraire : le roman-conversation. Texte = bref récit adressé à un lecteur familier pls fois interpellé. Mise en page imitant celle du théâtre, dialogue entre le narrateur, un philosophe de renom mais prudemment distinct de Diderot, et le musicien Jean-François -Rameau, personnage authentique (neveu du...


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Richard Nixon

Richard Nixon I INTRODUCTION Richard Nixon (1913-1994), 37th president of the United States (1969-1974), and the only president to have resigned from office. He was elected president of the United States in 1968 in one of the closest presidential elections in the nation's history and in 1972 was reelected in a landslide victory. Nixon's second administration,...


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Paul Martin - Canadian History.

Paul Martin - Canadian History. I INTRODUCTION Paul Martin, born in 1938, 21st prime minister of Canada and leader of the Liberal Party, who was credited with turning around the Canadian economy as finance minister under the government of Jean Chrétien. Martin became prime minister upon Chrétien's retirement in December 2003 and served until his party lost power in January 2006. Martin was born...


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Paul Martin - Canadian History.

Paul Martin - Canadian History. I INTRODUCTION Paul Martin, born in 1938, 21st prime minister of Canada and leader of the Liberal Party, who was credited with turning around the Canadian economy as finance minister under the government of Jean Chrétien. Martin became prime minister upon Chrétien's retirement in December 2003 and served until his party lost power in January 2006. Martin was born...


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Map - Geography.

Map - Geography. I INTRODUCTION Map, representation of a geographic area, usually a portion of the earth's surface, drawn or printed on a flat surface. In most instances a map is a diagrammatic rather than a pictorial representation of the terrain; it usually contains a number of generally accepted symbols, which indicate the various natural, artificial, or cultural, features of the area it...


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Burundi - country.

Burundi - country. I INTRODUCTION Burundi, landlocked republic in eastern Africa, bounded on the north by Rwanda, on the east and south by Tanzania, and on the west by Lake Tanganyika and the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC, formerly Zaire). Formerly ruled by tribal monarchies, the area that is now Burundi was colonized by Germany in the late 19th century and under...


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Liberia - country.

Liberia - country. I INTRODUCTION Liberia, republic in West Africa, on the Atlantic Ocean coast. A sparsely populated land, Liberia was founded in the early 1800s by freed American slaves. The Liberian Civil War, from 1989 to 1996, killed 150,000 people and devastated the country's economy and infrastructure. Liberia is bounded on the north by Sierra Leone and Guinea, on the east by...


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Paul Martin.

Paul Martin. I INTRODUCTION Paul Martin, born in 1938, 21st prime minister of Canada and leader of the Liberal Party, who was credited with turning around the Canadian economy as finance minister under the government of Jean Chrétien. Martin became prime minister upon Chrétien's retirement in December 2003 and served until his party lost power in January 2006. Martin was born in Windsor, Ontario,...


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Marketing.

Marketing. I INTRODUCTION Marketing, the process by which a product or service originates and is then priced, promoted, and distributed to consumers. In large corporations the principal marketing functions precede the manufacture of a product. They involve market research and product development, design, and testing. Marketing concentrates primarily on the buyers, or consumers. After determining the customers' needs and desires, marketers develop strategies...


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Social Psychology.

Social Psychology. I INTRODUCTION Social Psychology, the scientific study of how people think, feel, and behave in social situations. This area of specialization draws on two disciplines: sociology, which focuses on groups; and psychology, which centers on the individual. Social psychologists seek to answer a wide variety of questions, among them: Why do we help or ignore others in need? Why are people...


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Paul Martin.

Paul Martin. I INTRODUCTION Paul Martin, born in 1938, 21st prime minister of Canada and leader of the Liberal Party, who was credited with turning around the Canadian economy as finance minister under the government of Jean Chrétien. Martin became prime minister upon Chrétien's retirement in December 2003 and served until his party lost power in January 2006. Martin was born in Windsor, Ontario,...


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Antelope - biology.

Antelope - biology. I INTRODUCTION Antelope, common name applied to a diverse group of hollow-horned mammals that belong to the same family as cattle, goats, and sheep. About 100 species of antelopes live in Africa and Asia, including some of the world's fastest and most elegant hoofed mammals, as well as some of the most endangered. In size, antelopes range from the tiny...


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Conservation.

Conservation. I INTRODUCTION Conservation, sustainable use and protection of natural resources including plants, animals, mineral deposits, soils, clean water, clean air, and fossil fuels such as coal, petroleum, and natural gas. Natural resources are grouped into two categories, renewable and nonrenewable. A renewable resource is one that may be replaced over time by natural processes, such as fish populations or natural vegetation, or...


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Soil. I INTRODUCTION Soil, the loose material that covers the land surfaces of

Soil. I INTRODUCTION Soil, the loose material that covers the land surfaces of Earth and supports the growth of plants. In general, soil is an unconsolidated, or loose, combination of inorganic and organic materials. The inorganic components of soil are principally the products of rocks and minerals that have been gradually broken down by weather, chemical action, and other natural processes. The organic...


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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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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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Excerpt from Henry IV - anthology.

Excerpt from Henry IV - anthology. Henry IV, Parts I and II, continue the quartet of history plays begun with Richard II and ending with Henry V. In the Henry IV plays, however, Shakespeare makes much use of comedy, particularly in the portrayal of Sir John Falstaff, to provide light relief and to offer parallels to, and a level of...


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The Summer Games of 1992 - sport.

The Summer Games of 1992 - sport. In the summer of 1992, when Olympic athletes gathered in Barcelona, Spain, a newly reunited Germany competed as one nation and athletes from the former Union of Soviet Socialist Republics (USSR) heard the long-muffled national anthems of their various republics. Along with political changes there was drama: the agony of British runner Derek Redmond,...


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Brushing past me?

brushing past me? "Everything. The world." Did he see me, or did my hat and lowered head protect me? "Since when?" erhaps his head was down, too. "Since the beginning." The harder I tried not to think about her, the more I thought bout her, the more impossible it became to explain, I went back to her house, I walked...


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