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Great Depression in the United States - U.

Great Depression in the United States - U.S. History. I INTRODUCTION Great Depression in the United States, worst and longest economic collapse in the history of the modern industrial world, lasting from the end of 1929 until the early 1940s. Beginning in the United States, the depression spread to most of the world's industrial countries, which in the 20th century had become...


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Bhutan - country.

Bhutan - country. I INTRODUCTION Bhutan, monarchy in South Asia, in the eastern Himalayas, on the Indian subcontinent. It is bounded on the north by the Tibet region of China, and to the south, east, and west by India. During most of its early history, Bhutan was divided into a number of independent principalities located in the major valleys. A unified Bhutan emerged...


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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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Syria - country.

Syria - country. I INTRODUCTION Syria (Arabic Suriyah), officially Al Jumhuriyah al Arabiyah as Suriyah (Syrian Arab Republic), republic in southwestern Asia, bounded on the north by Turkey, on the east by Iraq, on the south by Jordan and Israel, and on the west by Lebanon and the Mediterranean Sea. Syria has an area of 185,180 sq km (71,498 sq mi). The capital...


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John Quincy Adams.

John Quincy Adams. I INTRODUCTION John Quincy Adams (1767-1848), sixth president of the United States (1825-1829), who devoted his life and his great ability to serving the people of the United States. Of the 81 years he lived, 50 were spent in public office. His service ended only with his death at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C. Adams's career of public service...


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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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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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Horse - biology.

Horse - biology. I INTRODUCTION Horse, large land mammal notable for its speed, strength, and endurance. Horses are members of the Equidae family, which also includes zebras and asses. Like all equids, the horse is extremely well adapted to traveling long distances with great efficiency and to surviving on a diet of nutrient-poor, high-fiber grasses. The horse is an intensely social animal, forming...


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Turtle - biology.

Turtle - biology. I INTRODUCTION Turtle, reptile with a bony or leathery shell. Any shelled reptile can be called a turtle, but in North America people commonly use the word tortoise to designate members of a family of turtles that live entirely on land, reserving the word turtle for species that live in or near water. The word terrapin, of Native American...


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Algebra I INTRODUCTION Algebra, branch of mathematics in which symbols (usually letters) represent unknown numbers in mathematical equations.

Algebra I INTRODUCTION Algebra, branch of mathematics in which symbols (usually letters) represent unknown numbers in mathematical equations. Algebra allows the basic operations of arithmetic, such as addition, subtraction, and multiplication, to be performed without using specific numbers. People use algebra constantly in everyday life, for everything from calculating how much flour they need to bake a certain number of cookies to figuring...


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Algebra I INTRODUCTION Algebra, branch of mathematics in which symbols (usually letters) represent unknown numbers in mathematical equations.

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American Music I INTRODUCTION American Music, the folk, popular, and classical music of the United States--created by American-born or American-trained composers, or originating in American culture, or written primarily for American audiences.

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Country Music I INTRODUCTION Willie Nelson Country singer and musician Willie Nelson gained national popularity during the 1970s for a string of country hits, including the 1978 hits "Mammas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys" and "Georgia On My Mind.

Country Music I INTRODUCTION Willie Nelson Country singer and musician Willie Nelson gained national popularity during the 1970s for a string of country hits, including the 1978 hits "Mammas Don't Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys" and "Georgia On My Mind." Nelson broke onto the pop charts during the 1980s both in the United States and throughout Spain and Latin America with...


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From Uncle Tom's Cabin - anthology.

From Uncle Tom's Cabin - anthology. Uncle Tom's Cabin helped galvanize antislavery sentiment in the United States when it was published in 1852, but it also created a catalog of stereotypes that persisted for decades. Its characters include the "happy darky," who loves to dance; the dark-skinned "Mammy," who loves to cook, especially for white people; and the faithful, pious Uncle...


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From "Resistance to Civil Government" - anthology.

From "Resistance to Civil Government" - anthology. American writer and philosopher Henry David Thoreau wrote "Resistance to Civil Government" (also known by the title "Civil Disobedience") in 1849. Thoreau asserted that the United States government lacked moral authority because it condoned slavery, and he saw the Mexican War (1846-1848) as an attempt to extend slavery to the western United States. Thoreau...


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Turtle.

Turtle. I INTRODUCTION Turtle, reptile with a bony or leathery shell. Any shelled reptile can be called a turtle, but in North America people commonly use the word tortoise to designate members of a family of turtles that live entirely on land, reserving the word turtle for species that live in or near water. The word terrapin, of Native American origin, is used...


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Fishing.

Fishing. I INTRODUCTION Fishing, act of catching fish. Fishing for sport, recreation, and relaxation is called sportfishing, or angling, derived from the Old English word angel, meaning "fishhook." This article addresses angling; for information on large-scale commercial fishing, see Fisheries. Angling is one of the most popular forms of recreation in the world. People fish from shore and from boats, for almost every...


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Europe - geography.

Europe - geography. I INTRODUCTION Countries of Europe European civilizations have, historically, been centers of economic and cultural development. Both the Renaissance (14th century) and the Industrial Revolution (18th century) originated in Europe. Europe's legacy extends to destructive influences as well, as both world wars began on the continent. © Microsoft Corporation. All Rights Reserved. - geography. Europe, conventionally one of the seven continents of the...


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