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James Polk

James Polk I INTRODUCTION James Polk (1795-1849), 11th president of the United States (1845-1849). He was one of the nation's most successful presidents. During his one term in office the United States expanded westward to the Pacific Ocean, California and the New Mexico Territory were won in the Mexican War (1846-1848), and the Oregon country was...


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William McKinley

William McKinley I INTRODUCTION William McKinley (1843-1901), 25th president of the United States (1897-1901). McKinley led an administration that marked the beginning of vast changes in American attitudes and ways of living. During his administration the United States emerged from more than a century of isolation from world affairs to become one of the great powers...


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Iran-Iraq War - History.

Iran-Iraq War - History. I INTRODUCTION Iran-Iraq War, armed conflict that began when Iraq invaded Iran in September 1980 and ended in August 1988 after both sides accepted a cease-fire sponsored by the United Nations (UN). The war was one of the longest and most destructive of the 20th century, with likely more than one million casualties. Despite the conflict's length and cost,...


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National Socialism .

National Socialism . I INTRODUCTION National Socialism, commonly called Nazism, German political movement initiated in 1920 with the organization of the National Socialist German Workers' Party (Nationalsozialistische Deutsche Arbeiterpartei, or NSDAP), also called the Nazi Party. The movement culminated in the establishment of the Third Reich, the totalitarian German state led by the dictator Adolf Hitler from 1933 to 1945. II ORIGINS AND RISE OF...


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Native American Religions.

Native American Religions. I INTRODUCTION Native American Religions, beliefs, behaviors, and attitudes of the indigenous peoples of North America concerning the spiritual forces of the cosmos. These beliefs, behaviors, and attitudes remained an integral part of indigenous North American cultures until the European settlement of North America was completed at the end of the 19th century. Beginning in the mid-20th century, Native American...


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William McKinley.

William McKinley. I INTRODUCTION William McKinley (1843-1901), 25th president of the United States (1897-1901). McKinley led an administration that marked the beginning of vast changes in American attitudes and ways of living. During his administration the United States emerged from more than a century of isolation from world affairs to become one of the great powers of the world. His election in 1896...


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James Polk.

James Polk. I INTRODUCTION James Polk (1795-1849), 11th president of the United States (1845-1849). He was one of the nation's most successful presidents. During his one term in office the United States expanded westward to the Pacific Ocean, California and the New Mexico Territory were won in the Mexican War (1846-1848), and the Oregon country was acquired through negotiations with Great Britain. A...


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Republican Party.

Republican Party. I INTRODUCTION Republican Party, one of the two major United States political parties, founded by a coalition in 1854. The coalition was composed of former members of the Whig, FreeSoil, and Know-Nothing parties, along with Northern Democrats who were dissatisfied with their party's conciliatory attitude on the slavery issue (see Free-Soil Party; Know-Nothings; Whig Party). The early Republicans were united...


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Fish - biology.

Fish - biology. I INTRODUCTION Fish, diverse group of animals that live and breathe in water. All fishes are vertebrates (animals with backbones) with gills for breathing. Most fish have fins for swimming, scales for protection, and a streamlined body for moving easily through the water. Fishes live in nearly every underwater habitat, from near-freezing Arctic waters to hot desert springs; from mud...


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Hydrogen - chemistry.

Hydrogen - chemistry. I INTRODUCTION Hydrogen, chemical element that exists as a gas at room temperature. Hydrogen gas is odorless, tasteless, colorless, and highly flammable. When hydrogen gas burns in air, it forms water. French chemist Antoine Lavoisier named hydrogen from the Greek words for "water former." Hydrogen has the smallest atoms of any element. (Atoms are the smallest particles that have the...


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Carbon - chemistry.

Carbon - chemistry. I INTRODUCTION Carbon, nonmetallic chemical element, known by the symbol C, that is the fundamental building block of material in living organisms and is important to many industries. Carbon occurs in nature in nearly pure form in diamond and graphite. It is also the major component of coal, petroleum, asphalt, limestone, and most materials made by plants and animals. The...


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Hydrogen - chemistry.

Hydrogen - chemistry. I INTRODUCTION Hydrogen, chemical element that exists as a gas at room temperature. Hydrogen gas is odorless, tasteless, colorless, and highly flammable. When hydrogen gas burns in air, it forms water. French chemist Antoine Lavoisier named hydrogen from the Greek words for "water former." Hydrogen has the smallest atoms of any element. (Atoms are the smallest particles that have the...


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Carbon - chemistry.

Carbon - chemistry. I INTRODUCTION Carbon, nonmetallic chemical element, known by the symbol C, that is the fundamental building block of material in living organisms and is important to many industries. Carbon occurs in nature in nearly pure form in diamond and graphite. It is also the major component of coal, petroleum, asphalt, limestone, and most materials made by plants and animals. The...


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Anatomy.

Anatomy. I INTRODUCTION Anatomy (Greek anatom?, "dissection"), branch of natural science dealing with the structural organization of living things. It is an old science, having its beginnings in prehistoric times. For centuries anatomical knowledge consisted largely of observations of dissected plants and animals. The proper understanding of structure, however, implies a knowledge of function in the living organism. Anatomy is therefore almost inseparable...


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Dance I INTRODUCTION Dance Archive Films/BBC Worldwide Americas, Inc.

Dance I INTRODUCTION Dance Archive Films/BBC Worldwide Americas, Inc./The Image Bank Dance, patterned and rhythmic bodily movements, usually performed to music, that serve as a form of communication or expression. Human beings express themselves naturally through movement. Dance is the transformation of ordinary functional and expressive movement into extraordinary movement for extraordinary purposes; even a common movement such as walking is performed in dance in...


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African Music I INTRODUCTION Sacred Christian Music of Nigeria Among the Igede people of Nigeria, Christianity has been syncretized with the existing religious belief system.

African Music I INTRODUCTION Sacred Christian Music of Nigeria Among the Igede people of Nigeria, Christianity has been syncretized with the existing religious belief system. In Christian hymns, God is still referred to as Ohe, and for Igede villagers, many of whom are unable to read the Bible, the songs illustrate parables and moral messages. For the most part, traditional drumming and dancing are...


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Dog. I INTRODUCTION Dog, mammal generally considered to be the first domesticated animal.

Dog. I INTRODUCTION Dog, mammal generally considered to be the first domesticated animal. This trusted work partner and beloved pet learned to live with humans more than 14,000 years ago. A direct descendant of the wolves that once roamed Europe, Asia, and North America, the domestic dog belongs to the dog family, which includes wolves, coyotes, foxes, and jackals. Dog ancestry has been...


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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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Dictionnaire en ligne: DROIT3, substantif masculin.

||Dictionnaire en ligne: DROIT3, substantif masculin. I.— Au singulier. A.— [Généralement sans complément ou adjectif déterminatif] 1. MORALE, PHILOSOPHIE. Fondement des règles régissant les rapports des hommes en société, et impliquant une répartition équitable des biens, des prérogatives et des libertés. Le respect, le triomphe du droit; avoir le (bon) droit pour soi, de son...


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