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Small Country As Luxembourg
997 wordsLocation Luxembourg is located in Europe and is bordered by Belgium, Germany and France. On a map, it is located at 50 N latitude and 6 E longitude. Luxembourg is very small. It is only 998 square miles, which is roughly the size of Orange County, California. All the country is inhabited, with most people living in the southern part. The Flag The flag of Luxembourg was adopted in 1845. The colors come from the Coat of Arms of Luxembourg and are red, white and blue. The flag is simply three horiz...
Organized Governments And Complex Religions
2,734 wordsThe Five Themes of Geography Geography: The study of people, their environments, their resources and the interactions among them The Five Themes of Geography are: 1. Location 2. Place 3. Human Environment Interaction 4. Movement of People Goods and Ideas 5. Region 1. Location: Where something is located on the Earth's Surface Relative - Location of Something in relation to something else (Ex: A house in relation to the street address) Absolute - An exact location of something on the earth's surf...
South America As A Place
1,188 wordsAfrica Africa is a continent of natural resources both living and non living. These resources affect how African countries deal with other countries and how it works internally. One example of this is diamonds. Sierra Leone is a country in Africa that has gone through various political regimes and has gone through great conflict. Various war factions want to have control over the diamond mines and they force workers to perform this backbreaking work. These diamonds that these factions control ar...
Feast On St Agatha
575 wordsSicily is considered the world's first multicultural society. It is Europe's most cosmopolitan region. Sicily is where east meets west. Sicilian cooking is unique in Italy, blending extravagant Arab and northern techniques with simple peasant ingredients. Most meals were based mainly on the catch of the day and the pick of the garden. Today's cuisine is an amazing mosaic reflecting every foreign invasion that took place: Greek tyrants, Arabs, Norman knights, Byzantine bishops, Holy Roman emperor...
Complete M Jannaschii Genome
614 wordsts, and biochemical pathways. In comparing the organism 60% of M. jannaschii's coding regions did not correlate with the known sequence database. 40% of the coding regions match the sequences of bacteria and eukaryotes. Those sequences that are similar to bacteria are genes related to energy production, cell division, and metabolism, whereas the transcription, translation, and replication gene sequences seem to be more similar to eukaryotes. EM / Methanococcus jannaschii / EM consists of three p...
Text The Banquet Of Ashurnasirpal II
745 wordsThe Banquet of Ashurnasirpal II The Banquet of Ashurnasirpal II is an account from the emperor Ashurnasirpal (883-859 BCE.) displaying his royal power. The feast was held to commemorate the inauguration of his new palace in the capital city of Cala h. This Assyrian empire was short and combined many cultures into a unique culture. The text The Banquet of Ashurnasirpal II reveals aspects of geography. It reveals aspects of geography because the king of Assyria "Ashurnasirpal has personally conque...
Cree's Living Conditions From Vernacular Cultural Region
2,083 wordsThe Cree Indian way of life has been fundamentally changed by the James Bay hydroelectric project. The Cree are a group of about 12,000 Indians that live in northern Quebec. The Cree were a nomadic hunting and gathering tribe, they lived off the land for generations upon generations, and they lived peacefully and did not bother anyone. They lived sustainable and did not exploit their resources, and this is why they were able to maintain their land and way of life for so long. It was not until th...
Work With Many Native Appalachians
3,123 wordsThe Appalachian American There is a culture and way of life very apart from mainstream America tucked away into the slopes and valleys of the Appalachian Mountains. This is a culture steeped in tradition and history since the revolutionary war, a culture which has retained its traditions despite repeated efforts from outsiders to either exploit it or to make it a more mainstream, in the foreigner's mind more civilized, culture. It is something of an anomaly how this region has been able to hold ...
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