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From New World Encyclopedia
family, particularly the black family, as central to the problem of poverty
ballet but as a way to express contemporary social concerns
Hindu representation of God as Brahma (creator), Vishnu (preserver), and Shiva (destroyer)
miners and metalsmiths, and some myths suggest they have the ability to forge magical items.
Soviet newspaper gave Margaret Thatcher the nickname "Iron Lady," which she enjoyed as it reflected her uncompromising politics and steadfast leadership
Prohibition in the United States.
Zen Buddhism in China and then spread the teachings and practice of Zen meditation in Japan
monarchs have been held in Westminster Abbey
family of parents and children is a central social structure in all cultures
Maine takes its name from the great Penobscot chief or sagamore, Joseph Orono
volcanos and has suffered many severe earthquakes
Hammurabi, first King of the Babylonian Empire, who had the laws inscribed on a large stone stele
United States began in 1916 with the passage of the National Defense Act that was intended to increase "preparedness" prior to the American entry into World War I.
Jesus, is kept in the royal chapel of the Cathedral of Saint John the Baptist in Turin, Italy.
Moghul Empire, fostered pluralism and tolerance for all religions
romanticism with a return to the order and emotional restraint of classical music following the ferment of the First World War
Plains Indians tribes lived in semi-subterranean buildings covered with earth, known as earth lodges
polymath Posidonius attempted to create a unified worldview, showing the interconnectedness of the world and how all forces have an effect on each other and on human life
Park Chung-hee, is the first woman to be elected President in South Korea
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