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Culture, And Arts Of Argentina
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... by early explorers and settlers, which tell of their encounters with the land and people of the New World; satiric writing that comment on colonial society and it imitation of Europeans trends; and works that bring together Native American themes and imagery in an effort to express an experience that is uniquely Latin American. A continuing predicament for writers arises from the desire to define a distinct Latin American identity while not appearing narrow or provincial in terms or European literary standards. Latin American writing can be divided into three broad periods: colonial literature, from the time of Eu ...




Japan
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... thrive on mountansides, adding to the scenic beauty of the Japanese islands. Forests cover about 68% of the country's land. Japan lies on an extremely unstable part of the earth's crust. As a result, the land is constantly shifting. This shifting causes two of Japan's most striking features-- earthquakes and volcanoes. The Japanese islands have about 1500 earthquakes a year. Most of them are minor tremors that cause little damage, but severe earthqaukes occur every few years. Underseaquakes sometimes cause huge, destructive tidal waves, called tsunami, along Japan's Pacific coast. The Japanese islands have more ...




Area 51
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... Lake, where a top-secret Air Force base is located. Many top-secret projects take place here (which don't stay top-secret for long). Groom Lake is the supposed testing grounds of Project Aurora, the Air Force's replacement for the SR-71 Blackbird and F-117a Stealth Fighter spy planes. Area 51 is also one of the three supposed places parts of the UFO that crashed in Roswell, New Mexico were shipped to. Area 51 is a block of government land about 95 miles north of Las Vegas. It is surrounded by the Nevada Test Site and the Nellis Air Force Range. The name "Area 51" supposedly came from a designation appeari ...




Ireland, History And Nature
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... of magic is even stronger than it was before. You continue down to the bottom of the valley. You drink some of the fresh, cold water from the brook, which finds it's way down from the high, steep mountains behind the valley and into the blue, clear lake a few hundred metres in front of you. On the other side of the valley, you see how the brook continues even further down. You decide that you wish to see where it ends. While you are walking around the lake you notice the deer has come back. It is drinking from the brook, just as you did just a few minutes ago. And as you are staring at this beauty you notice ...




China
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... substantially economic inequalities, distribution of wealth was probably a bit more equal than in most Western countries. While there were great variations in income between different villages, and between different jobs in the urban sector, the overall averages showed a clear pattern: the cities were much richer than the countryside. Most capital investments were going into urban industries. The urban workers, using considerable amount of heavy machinery, had a much higher average level of productivity compared to the rural workers. The natural consequences was for the city people to arrange themselves an av ...




Mesopotamia
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... As people began to settle in this area they made the transition from food gathers to food producer for the first time and cities also began to appear, This is called the Cultural Revolution and is the greatest known cultural change in the history of . Because of the n climate and geography the n people began to domesticate animals and rely on agriculture.1 In only a short time a mixed farming-herding economy had developed in this area.2 Although the land was fertile, irrigation was essential. Because the n climate didnít have rain for almost eight months of the year and the flood stage was so late in the season, i ...




Thailand: My Perspective
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... the place to go. For pure holiday-making magic, Thailand's islands and beaches are working definitions of heaven. As for urban delights, the huge metropolis of Bangkok, although it can alarm you with its chaos and size, tends to charm visitors with its energy and cultural treasures. Thailand is an easy country to travel in, with efficient transport, cheap accommodation, and a delicious national cuisine. The Thais are renowned for their friendliness and hospitality to strangers. Although they're often depicted as fun-loving, happy-go-lucky folk (which they often are), they are also very strong-minded and have st ...




Tropical Africa: Food Production And The Inquiry Model
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... in the equatorial heart is very plentiful and reliable. However, there is much less rainfall towards the outer edges of the rain belt. Periodic and unpredictable droughts are a characteristic feature of these border zones. There are three climatic zones in Tropical Africa: 1.a region of persistent rain at and near the Equator 2.a region on each side of this of summer rain and winter drought, and 3.a region at the northern and southern edges afflicted by drought. All the climates listed in the previous paragraph are modified in the eastern parts of Tropical Africa by the mountains and monsoons. The soils of Tr ...




Massachusetts
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... in is far superior than the other colonies. In fact, Harvard was established way before the revolutionary war. Additionally, The first American novel, William Hill Brown's The Power of Sympathy, was published here. History In the beginning, the Pilgrims, who faced persecution in England because they broke from the Church of England, came to in the hope of starting a new life. They sailed in 1620 on a ship called the Mayflower. They made a peace treaty with the Indians and prospered happily until they merged with the Bay Colony in 1691. was also jump-started when the Puritans came in the 1630ís seeking reli ...




Lake Erie Islands
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... Scorpion ski boat. It is mostly my boat because I can take it out anytime that I want. My boat is great for skiing and tubing, two of my favorite things to do on the water. It is easy to pull someone who is skiing because of a Chevy 350 motor. The boat runs about fifty-two miles per hour, which is very fast on water. Except for my car, my boat is my most prized possession. There are many people that we associate with at our place on the bay. My fatherís best friends have the camper right next to us and they come up every weekend too. They also own a boat, except it is no ordinary boat. It is a thirty- ...




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