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Saudi Arabia
Number of words: 1263 - Number of pages: 5

.... flowering of culture, the sciences and the arts unparalleled in human history. Every year for the past fourteen centuries, Muslim pilgrims from around the world have traveled to Islam's holiest sites in Makkah and Madinah, helping further enrich the culture of the people of the peninsula. With the formation of the modern Kingdom of in 1932, King Abdul Aziz Bin Abdul Rahman Al-Saud directed his efforts to preserving and perpetuating Arab traditions and culture. His legendary dedication to this cause was emulated by his sons and successors at a crucial time when the nation was entering an .....

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Canada - Environment And Economy
Number of words: 528 - Number of pages: 2

.... potential. 3. The average Canadian's view of Canada is one of a giant land mass extending from west to east, capped by hundreds of archipelagoes. The extent northward is often taken for granted given the practically nonexistant population (there are no large centres in the north) and the severed land. 4. There are few people living in the area north of 60 degrees for a few very obvious reasons. The sheer isolation is enough to drive any person from the area. There are no major commercial centres, and trade international trade is near impossible. The distance from Canada's single largest tr .....

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Mexico
Number of words: 788 - Number of pages: 3

.... is Mexico City. The metropolitan area of Mexico City is home to about 14,987,051 people of Mexico's total population of about 93,670,000, according to a 1990 census. Although most of Mexico's population is from Mexico City, which is the biggest city in the world, Mexico's other cities include Guadalajara, Monterrey, and Puebla. Most of Mexico's population lives in urban areas, about seventy-five percent, and the population density is about forty-eight people per square kilometer, or one-hundred and twenty-four people per square mile. Mexico's official language is Spanish, although anoth .....

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Brownsville, Tennessee
Number of words: 283 - Number of pages: 2

.... side with Civil War-era homes such as Davie Place or “Prospect,” emblematic of Haywood county’s care and attention in providing the best lifestyle for its citizens. Throughout Haywood County, attentions to community values abound. This is the home of the Brownsville Blues Festival, an annual event inaugurated in 1995 and has quickly become an opportunity to celebrate the rich “Blues History” found in west Tennessee. Like Brownsville, the town in which it’s located, Methodist HealthCare, is steadily growing. With that growth has come and industrial medicine program, a telera .....

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Alberta
Number of words: 1350 - Number of pages: 5

.... east of Alberta consists of Parklands and grasslands. Far southwest is the West Coast Forest. (Clarke and Wallace, 1983) There are no existing glaciers in Alberta. In Alberta 60% was covered by lakes, the other 40% of Alberta are areas of glacial erosion and deposition. In the wintertime there usually is not a whole lot of snow in Alberta. There is an annual snowfall of about 180cm per year. (Matthews and Morrow Jr., 1995) Alberta is mostly dry climate, which means it is semi-arid, and usually Alberta will end up having a cool summer. Alberta has some natural vegetation like Tropical .....

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Ancient Egypt: Old, Middle, And New Kingdom
Number of words: 2284 - Number of pages: 9

.... many of the ancient Egyptians' traditions have been modified or altered, the majority of their core principles remains constant. Yet, despite the ancient Egyptians' conservative nature, there were some changes within the infrastructure of their society. Throughout the ages known as the Old Kingdom, Middle Kingdom, and New Kingdom, there has been alterations to their religion, art, and architecture. Internal forces, as well as outside influences, have molded ancient Egyptian civilization. This paper will attempt to determine these forces which changed the Egyptians. Modifications of .....

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Mexico
Number of words: 3913 - Number of pages: 15

.... area population of approximately 16 million people, is the largest city in the world. While still low by United States standards, the nation's gross national product per capita rose significantly during the 1970s. Despite impressive social and economic gains, since 1981 Mexico has been wracked by severe inflation and an enormous foreign debt brought on in large part by precipitous declines in the value of petroleum products. Geologically, Mexico is located in one of the Earth's most dynamic areas. It is a part of the "Ring of Fire," a region around the Pacific Ocean highlighted by active .....

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The Dominican Republic
Number of words: 707 - Number of pages: 3

.... the rural population by shrinking it steadily. About half of the total population is located between Santiago de los Caballeros and San Pedro de Macoris. Another 1/3 of the population is located in the capitol city of Santo Domingo and between the cities of La Romana and San Cristobal. The annual growth rate is estimated to be at 1.71% for the next couple of years until the year 2000. Mulattos form the largest ethnic group in the Dominican Republic being roughly 73% of the population. The next largest group is 16% Caucasian and 11% Black. The life expectancy from birth is for males 65 year .....

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Ancient Greece
Number of words: 724 - Number of pages: 3

.... , god of the sun , light ,truth , music and , prophecy , Hades brother of Zeus and king of the under world and afterlife , and Poseidon, ruler of the seas . All of the gods and goddess lived at Mount Olympus the highest mountain in Greece . The Greeks had many occupations , traders , merchants , architects , philosophers, dramatists , sculptors , doctors , poets , astronomers and , physicists however ; each citizen protected the city state . Every citizen had a duty to defend the state as a hoplite, which is a heavily equipped warrior .They operated in a large rectangular formation of .....

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Panama: Plenty Of Fish
Number of words: 998 - Number of pages: 4

.... sleep on wooden cots, and sometimes use boxes or tree stumps as tables or chairs. In urban areas, they live in wood or concrete houses with roofs of clay tiles or corrugated iron. They wear loose clothing for the tropical weather. They also have the Tocumen Airport, Panama Railroad, and Cristobal Port, along with three universities. COLONIZED Panama's first people were mostly the Indian groups of Guaymi, Cuna, and Choco. However, there are traces of Indians, African Americans, and Caucasians. In 1501, the Spaniard, Rodrigo de Bastidas, sailed from Venezuela in search for gold .....

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