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Term Papers on Geography

Spain
Number of words: 1937 - Number of pages: 8

.... urban, with more than 80 percent of the population in towns and cities. Principal Cities The capital and largest city is Madrid (population, greater city, 1991, 3,010,492), also the capital of Madrid autonomous region; the second largest city, chief port, and commercial center is Barcelona, capital of Barcelona province and Catalonia region. Other important cities include Valencia, capital of Valencia province and Valencia region, a manufacturing and railroad center; Seville, a cultural center; Saragossa, and Bilbao (369,839), a busy port. Religion Roman Catholicism is professed by abou .....

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Disneyland
Number of words: 532 - Number of pages: 2

.... “little kids” go to meet Mickey Mouse. Fortunately upon arrival to the park I realized I was wrong. I soon realized that that my mature height of five feet and one-half inch had given me a golden key to the doors of some of the biggest thrill rides the world will ever know. I was now seeing Disneyland in a totally different way. I ran from ride to ride, my level of excitement raging as never before. My stomach was being twisted, juggled, and tossed like never before; for a twelve year old boy I was as close to heaven as a kid could ever dream to reach. As my senior year of baseba .....

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Kuwait
Number of words: 975 - Number of pages: 4

.... 1% annual decrease in arable land for the region as a whole. Hence, development of traditional agriculture is severely restricted. 1El Mallakh, Ragaei (Kuwait, Trade and Investment. Boulder, Westview Press Inc., 1989) pg 117 Kuwaitis are under no illusion that self-sufficiency will take less than 20 to 30 years to attain and even then it cannot include such items as beef and cereals. For Kuwait cereal production is considered too expensive and unnecessary. Self-sufficiency in poultry, vegetables and fruit is a visible goal: already Kuwait produces 60% of the eggs it needs, .....

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Africa
Number of words: 319 - Number of pages: 2

.... lack of water not dehydration. From the lack of resources, clean water, good doctors and lack of doctors people have some health problems. Some of the resources does have though are aluminum, asbestos, chromium, coal, cobalt, copper, diamonds, gold, graphite, iron ore, lead, mica, manganese, molybdenum, nickel, natural gas, oil, salt, sulphur, tungsten, unranium, vanadium, and zinc. There are many land resources but not many industries or people to take machines and dig for them. I thought to be a interesting but needful continent. It needs more people to build and help the people live .....

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Liberia
Number of words: 1641 - Number of pages: 6

.... problems. Some of them were tribal wars, low exports, and land claimed by other countries. Liberia was able to maintain its independence only with the help of the United States. Following World War II, the modern port, airport, hospitals, hydroelectric station, and other projects, all financed by the United States, were opened. There has been frequent military conflicts and civil wars. In August 1990, forces from several African countries entered Liberia to try and stop the bloody civil wars. The fighting only became worse and the Prospects of a negotiated settlement were dim. LAND A .....

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Greece
Number of words: 684 - Number of pages: 3

.... The Mediterranean Sea lies to the south, the Aegean to the east, and the Ionian to the West. Besides relying mainly on the sea for food, the Greeks also grew grapes, grain, and olives. Between 2500 and 1200 B.C. the Minoan civilization thrived on the island of Crete. Crete is the largest of the Greek islands, covering approximately 3,327 square miles. They founded one of the most brilliant and advanced civilizations known to that time. Mythology and history blended in the culture of the Minoans. King Minos was the king in Knossos, where the legendary minotaur lived. In Minoan culture, th .....

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Australia's Future
Number of words: 3173 - Number of pages: 12

.... undertaking- we have none, however we do have several good reasons to defer such dangerous indulgence. Immediately north of our spacious continent is a group of islands that are burgeoning with humanity. Our neighbours are very different to ourselves in race, creed and religion. Their booming economy is dominated by a military regime that grows stronger as the nation grows richer. Their actions over East Timor show a ruthless expansionist policy. Indonesia is a nation with a desperate shortage of space, which must regard our empty country with some envy. An attitude that poses a threat to .....

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Central America
Number of words: 1356 - Number of pages: 5

.... an individual. The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) which is a measure of income is around $12,000 in the United States. In Central America on the other hand, the wealthiest Country, Costa Rica, came in at just under $2000. Distortion plays a role on the $2000 also, due to the fact the the elite-rich have an enormous concentration of wealth and land ownership, the real GDP of the poorer half of the population is around $200-$400 a year (Pg 10, Booth and Walker). Accompanying poverty or as a result is poor or unavailable education, health care, and an extremely bad job market. Government ' .....

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Spain
Number of words: 1260 - Number of pages: 5

.... Some other major rivers in Spain are the Douro, Tagus, and Ebro rivers. Spain's currency is the peseta and is currently equal to one hundred centimos. The exchange rate has one U. S. Dollar for 134.61 pesetas. More that thirty-nine million people reside in the country of Spain. That is because it is made up of a large ethnic diversity. Its location between Europe and Africa has resulted in a great mixing of races and cultures. The only distinct minority group generally recognized as outside the racial-cultural mainstream of Spanish society is made up of Gypsies, many of whom still follow no .....

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Ancient China
Number of words: 729 - Number of pages: 3

.... much outeside activity. Chinas history did not really have (or mention) leaders, it really just mentioned dynesties. Chinas had three dynasties. The first of which was the Xia (2,000 b.c. to 1,500 b.c.) except for ancient legions one really doesn't know much about the Xia rulers. In 1,500 b.c. the Xia rulers were overthrown and the Shang dynasty came into focus and into place. During the Shang dynasty, Chinese artists were busy making beautiful art figures, religious stuff, and were making weapons out of bronze. Even though the Shang dynasty lasted for several hundred years .....

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