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  • World Tourism Tourism in South & Southeast Asia
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  • The World Is Flat
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  • Wonders...
    Encyclopedia of Themes in Literature ii AUTHOR NAME HERE Encyclopedia of Themes in Literature ` part ii: Authors F–M volume ii Jennifer McClinton-Temple, Editor iv Encyclopedia of Themes in Literature Copyright © 2011 by Jennifer McClinton-Temple All rights reserved. N...
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  • 7 wonders
    Christ the Redeemer (Portuguese: Cristo Redentor, standard Brazilian Portuguese: [ˈkɾistu ʁedẽˈtoʁ], local dialect: [ˈkɾiʃtu ɦedẽjˈtoɦ]) is a statue of Jesus Christ in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; considered the largest Art Deco statue in the world. It is 30 metres (98 ft) tall, not including...
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  • Writing Prompts for a Ccot Essay in Ap World
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  • World Cultures Notes: Ancient China
    Eva Tahernia P 1 3/15/10 Power Notes: Ancient China pgs. 475-480 Dateline: Who- 14 year old empress Si Ling-chi What- Empress discovered caterpillars that produce thread that she can weave to make “silk” When- 2700 B.C Where- The Imperial Palace, China Why- This happened because the Empress...
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  • Chapter 3 Ap World History Notes
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  • Ap World History Units 1-3 Study Guide
    Unit One 1. Consequences of the Neolithic Revolution didn’t include * End of hunting-gathering societies 2. Most scholars believe that, during the Paleolithic Age, social organization was characterized by * A rough social equality 3. The earliest metal worked systemicall...
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  • Ap World History Summer Work Vocabulary
    Paleolithic Age: The period of Stone Age associated with the evolution of humans. Predates the Neolithic period. Neolithic Age: The period of the Stone Age associated with the ancient Agricultural Revolution(s). Follows by Paleolithic period. Foragers: People who support themselves by hunting wild...
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  • Study Guide Chapter 28 Ap World History
    Chapter 28 Descent into the Abyss: World War I and the Crisis of the European Global Order Multiple-Choice Questions 1) Approximately how long did World War I last? A) About four years B) About two years C) About six years D) About one year E) About three years Page Ref: 646 2) Whic...
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  • Ap World History Chapter 1 Notes
    -AP World History - StearnsChapter 1 – From Human Prehistory to the Early CivilizationsI. IntroductionA. Human origin – 2.5 million years ago1. 1/4000 of earth’s existence – 24 hour day – last 5 minutesB. Human negatives and positives1. Aggressiveness, long baby time, back problems, death...
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  • Ap World History Chapter 14 Outline
    Chapter 14 – The Expansive Realm of Islam I. Chapter Intro A. “In 632 CE the prophet Muhammad visited his native city of Mecca from his home in exile at Medina, and in doing so he set an example that devout Muslims have sought to emulate ever since” (B&Z 355). Each year hundreds of th...
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  • Lesson 8.02: World War I: Causes and Alliances
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  • Ap World History, the World and Its People 3rd Edition
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  • World Politics Midterm
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  • Chapter 8 Section 1 World History
    Chapter 8 section 1 Key Terms, people, and places Biography question Chart skills Map skills 2-6 Williams the conqueror- king of England who beat Harold at the battle of Hastings Common law-a legal system based on custom and court rulings Jury- group of men sworn to tell the truth King jo...
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  • World Civilization Notes
    Woh notes 4/9//12 The American revolution did not change as much as a revolution should yield. Political change yes. But economical and socially not really. 27 ammendments last amended in 92 clinton. Most important first ten. Bill of rights 1.freedom of speech, press, religion and petitio...
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  • Human Rights in the Arab World
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  • Chapter 20 World History Book Terms
    Africa chapter 20 • Factories: forts and trading posts with resident merchants. • El Mina (1482): Most important factory in the heart of gold-producing region of the forest zone. • Nzigna Mvemba (r. 1507-1543): Ruler of Kongo. With help of missionaries brought the whole kingdom to Christian...
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