Category: History

Hello! chemical synthesis. Sodium nitrate can be found

Hello! My name is Jane, and today I’ll be talking about sodium nitrate.Now, what is sodium nitrate?Well, sodium nitrate is like sodium chloride. It’s like table salt! It’s also known as NaNo3, and it’s sometimes called Chile saltpeter. Sodium nitrate exists as a solid, object that dissolves well in room temperature water. It can be […]

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There sent to space broke apart and combusted

There are many galaxies in the world that we live in today,most of which haven’t even been discovered. In order to put more research to discoverthose very galaxies, it would cost billions, possibly trillions of dollars. Inaddition, there are many risks in exploring space, some of which are fatal.Finally, it’s a waste of time to […]

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Hostage it is considered to be criminal act

    HostageTakingStudent’sNameAffiliateInstitution HostageTakingHostagetaking is a situation which involves carrying out of seizing and detention to aperson while at the same process, it involves issuing of threats that aredangerous to one’s life while waiting for other bodies like government to act.Various countries have their jurisdictions which act on activities of hostages (Bloomfield, 2001). Hostage can be a criminal […]

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Deep of the ivory-bill once ranged from east

Deep in the what’s left of the swampy forests in Arkansas, a majestic bird might still be there. It was discovered then disappeared mysteriously. It feed on insect larvae, and had a beautiful ivory like bill, which it was named after. This mystical creature is called the Ivory-billed Woodpecker, a bird so rare it might […]

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On is distinctly recognizable from it’s enlarged hollow

On the steppes of central and northern Asia, many wondrous antelopes, goats, and sheep roam. These include the Mouflon sheep, Marco Polo sheep, Argali, Markhor, Nilgai, and Goitered gazelle. But, within this mass of bovine, is an ever diminishing sect of antelope called Saiga Tatarica.These antelope have a distinctively large, bulbous nose. Join me, and […]

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Many belief that infant’s brains are primarily monolingual,

Manyparents may beskeptical regardingtheir children acquiringtwo languages atthe same time.In part, ithas to dowhether it isdeemed “normal” foryoung children tolearn two languagessimultaneously, andthe greater parthas to dowith the beliefthat infant’sbrains are primarilymonolingual, thereforelearning two languagesat the sametime will causecognitive and/orlanguage delays. Thus,concerns of learningtwo languages simultaneouslyfrom birth arise.Many people thinkthat it stretchesa limited capacityin which […]

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Over the 1990s, but increased by 67% from

Overthe past two decades, the rate of maternal chronic hypertension has nearlydoubled in the United States. The rate of maternal chronic hypertensionincreased only by 16% during the 1990s, but increased by 67% from 2000 to 2009,largely secondary to the obesity epidemic and the increase in maternal age.Rates of chronic hypertension have increased for all racial […]

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61. 2. Itai-itai disease caused due to cadmium

61. consider the following statementswith reference to Flying squirrel.1.      Namdapha flying squirrel is restricted toArunachal Pradesh2.      Found in tropical forestsWhich of above is/are correct?a)      Only 1b)      Only 2c)      Both 1 and 2d)      None of above 62.Hangul is also called asa)      Kashmir stagb)      Malabar civetc)      Elivar ratd)      Indus river dolphin  63.consider the following Egg LayingMammals1.      Echidnas2.      Marsupials3.       […]

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There had many novel ideas about the shape

There are, however, actual human beings living on this planet who once believed it to be one giant flat plane. The ancients had many novel ideas about the shape of the earth. The Babylonians thought the earth was hollow, to provide space for their underworld. The Egyptians thought the earth a square, with mountains at […]

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