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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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Protests in the 1960s - U.

Protests in the 1960s - U.S. History. I INTRODUCTION Protests in the 1960s, political movements during the 1960s that called for social change in the United States. These movements include the civil rights movement, the student movement, the anti-Vietnam War movement, the women's movement, the gay rights movement, and the environmental movement. Each, to varying degrees, changed government policy and, perhaps more importantly,...


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Arctic - Geography.

Arctic - Geography. I INTRODUCTION Arctic, large, cold area of Earth around the North Pole. The Arctic includes the Arctic Ocean, many islands, and parts of the mainlands of North America, Asia, and Europe. The Arctic region is particularly sensitive to global warming and other climate change, and it has a major influence on climate and weather on the rest of the planet. Scientists...


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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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Serbia - country.

Serbia - country. I INTRODUCTION Serbia (Serbian Srbija), republic in southeastern Europe, located on the Balkan Peninsula. Serbia is a landlocked country. Its northern half comprises a broad, low-lying agricultural plain receiving the waters of the mighty Danube. The country's southern half is mostly hilly and mountainous. Ethnic Serbs make up about two-thirds of Serbia's population, although ethnic Albanians constitute a majority in...


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Buddhism.

Buddhism. I INTRODUCTION Buddhism, a major world religion, founded in northeastern India and based on the teachings of Siddhartha Gautama, who is known as the Buddha, or Enlightened One. See Buddha. Originating as a monastic movement within the dominant Brahman tradition of the day, Buddhism quickly developed in a distinctive direction. The Buddha not only rejected significant aspects of Hindu philosophy, but also challenged...


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Criminal Punishment.

Criminal Punishment. I INTRODUCTION Criminal Punishment, penalties imposed by the government on individuals who violate criminal law. (Criminal law prohibits behavior deemed harmful to society as a whole, whereas civil law governs private interactions between individuals.) People who commit crimes may be punished in a variety of ways. Offenders may be subject to fines or other monetary assessments, the infliction of physical pain...


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Buddhism.

Buddhism. I INTRODUCTION Buddhism, a major world religion, founded in northeastern India and based on the teachings of Siddhartha Gautama, who is known as the Buddha, or Enlightened One. See Buddha. Originating as a monastic movement within the dominant Brahman tradition of the day, Buddhism quickly developed in a distinctive direction. The Buddha not only rejected significant aspects of Hindu philosophy, but also challenged...


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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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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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SAbines AcheLou

 (SaBini) In Geek Roan mytology One of the oldest peoples of central Italy. In a famous Roman legend, the new Roman settlers, subjects of RoMuI,us, needed wives, so they abducted the Sabine women. War   Italian Renaissance sculptor Giambologna (1529­1608) portrayed Roman men carrying off a Sabine woman in this statue, which now stands in Florence, Italy. (Photo by Yair-haklai....


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