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Confucian philosophy, Japanese

Confucian philosophy is said to have arrived in Japan as early as the third century AD, but it did not become a subject of meaningful scholarly inquiry until the seventh century. The ‘Confucianism' to which Japanese elites and scholars were first attracted represented fields of knowledge concerned more with ontology and divination than with social ethics and politics. Because of the...


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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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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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Cat Family - biology.

Cat Family - biology. I INTRODUCTION Cat Family, group of carnivorous (meat-eating) mammals considered the most highly developed for killing live prey. Intelligence, acute senses, and agile bodies make cats expert predators. Wild members of the cat family are found worldwide except in Australia and Antarctica. The family includes powerful big cats such as the lion, the leopard, and the tiger, as well...


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Cat - biology.

Cat - biology. 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...


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Birding - biology.

Birding - biology. I INTRODUCTION Birding, also known as bird watching, activity of observing and identifying birds in their natural environment for personal enjoyment or for educational purposes. Birders learn to recognize the distinctive feathers, colors, and structure of various bird species, as well as their calls, characteristic behaviors, and habitats. In the United States some 47 million people participate in birding, making...


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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.

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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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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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.

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. II COLONIAL ERA THROUGH 1820 The colonial roots of American music are British. The first book printed in the American colonies was the Bay Psalm Book. Its ninth edition (1698) contained 13 psalm tunes,...


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Ballet I INTRODUCTION Tchaikovsky's The Nutcracker The Nutcracker is a classic ballet with music by Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky.

Ballet I INTRODUCTION Tchaikovsky's The Nutcracker The Nutcracker is a classic ballet with music by Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky. The musical score displays the composer's gift of melody and his innovative, colorful orchestration. Here, the San Diego Ballet of California dances The Nutcracker. Jim Amos/Photo Researchers, Inc./Act Two: "Pas de deux from Dance of the Sugar Plum Fairy" from Tchaikovsky: The Nutcracker (Cat.# Naxos 8.550324-5)...


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Excerpt from Our Mutual Friend - anthology.

Excerpt from Our Mutual Friend - anthology. Our Mutual Friend is Charles Dickens's last completed novel. An exploration of avarice, the corrupting influence of wealth, and an examination of different sorts of love--filial, familial, romantic, unconditional, unselfish, unrequited, obsessive, rivalrous, murderous--this involving book introduces the reader to a cross-section of London's inhabitants and features two of Dickens's most complex and appealing...


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Excerpt from Dombey and Son - anthology.

Excerpt from Dombey and Son - anthology. Charles Dickens's novel Dombey and Son was published in instalments over two years beginning in 1846, and is set during the years of the rise of the railway. Dickens describes the changes in the British economy and society that were accelerated or engendered by the railway by focusing on a family firm 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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