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  • ...als, as well as domestic issues such as federal funding of [[stem cell]] research, the ineffective federal response to [[Hurricane Katrina]], and controversi ...campaign tactics against the Bush campaign. McCain rebounded by winning in Michigan, but he angered religious voters by criticizing Christian evangelical leade
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  • ... from American mines increasingly financed a long series of European and [[North Africa]]n wars. Until the eighteenth century, the Spanish empire was the la ...er]] region of [[Africa]] entered [[Europe]]. Castile also intervened in [[Northern Africa]] itself, competing with the Portuguese Empire, when [[Henry III
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  • ...at is native to [[Europe]] and [[Asia]] but has become a serious pest in [[North America]] after its introduction in the 19th century. ...ere defoliated (52,200 km²) (McManus et al. 1992). There remain important North American predators, some of which are drawn to infestations. Nonetheless, t
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  • ...ving the fertile plains in the hands of the Canaanites. In addition to his 900 chariots, Sisera, the commander of Jabin's army, no doubt commanded a large ...he laws of Moses. Referred to as "a mother in Israel," living in the hills north of [[Jerusalem]], Deborah had become aware of the suffering and hardship of
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  • | Motto = North to the Future | Languages = English 89.7%,<br />Native North American 5.2%,<br />Spanish 2.9%
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  • | Nickname = North Star State;<br>Land of 10,000 Lakes; The Gopher State | Motto = L’Étoile du Nord (French: The Star of the North)
    46 KB (6,402 words) - 16:09, 9 October 2018
  • | area = 3,900,000 acres (6,100 mi² or 16,000 km²) ... in the [[Fur and Game Farming|fur trading]] and exploring days of British North America.
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  • ...l threats to Korea at the time were the [[Jurchen]]s, who raided along the northern border, and Japanese [[Wokou]] pirates, who pillaged the coastal village ...military force that could be deployed. Many of the troops were sent to the northern frontier to defend Korean settlements from [[Jurchen]] raiders. Unlike t
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  • ...rds go. The trumpeter swan ''(Cygnus buccinator)'' is the largest native [[North America]]n [[bird]] if measured in terms of weight and length, and is (on a The [[Northern Hemisphere]] [[species]] of swan have pure white plumage, but the [[Sout
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  • ...ccessdate=October 24, 2011}}</ref><ref name=NAVD88>Elevation adjusted to [[North American Vertical Datum of 1988]].</ref> ...States|Northeastern]] region of the [[United States of America]]. During [[North America]]'s colonial era, New Jersey became known as a [[colony]] that tole
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  • ...p hill fortification.<ref>Dictionary.com, [http://dictionary.reference.com/search?q=dune Dune.] Retrieved September 5, 2008.</ref> ...es are sharp-crested and are common in the Sahara. They range up to 300 m (900 ft) in height and 300 km (200 mi) in length. In the southern third of the A
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  • ...lels to the Genesis version. The hero, Gilgamesh, seeking [[immortality]], searches out the human immortal [[Utnapishtim]] in [[Dilmun]], a kind of terrestri ...he [[Ngāti Porou]], a [[Māori]] tribe of the east coast of New Zealand's North Island, [[Ruatapu]], the child of the great chief [[Uenuku]], became angry
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