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  • ... the Pacific coast, following the 1793 expedition by the Scotman Alexander Mackenzie, who reached the Pacific from Montreal. Commissioned by President [[Thomas ...ublication of the explorers' journals would prompt Americans to go west in search of greater economic opportunities, transforming virgin forests and grasslan
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  • ...turns and Serial Mesopotamian Fragmentation," ''Journal of World Systems Research'' X (Fall 2004): 613-652. ISSN 1076-156X [http://jwsr.ucr.edu/archive/vol10 ...he same irrigation techniques as those used in Egypt<ref> Donald Alexander Mackenzie. (original 1909) ''Footprints of Early Man.'' reprint ed. Obscure Press, 20
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  • ... 22.</ref> The attackers threw the corpses of [[Alexander I of Serbia|King Alexander Obrenović]] and [[Queen Draga]] out of a palace window, ending any threat On his way to Bosnia-Herzegovina from France, police searched Mehmedbašić's train for a thief. Thinking the police might be after him
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  • ... and can therefore be credited with the creation of the first industrial research laboratory. Edison was a talented inventor whose creativity improved the qu ...w York. In 1837, Samuel Edison was a rebel in the [[Upper Canada Rebellion|MacKenzie Rebellion]] that sought land reform and autonomy from Great Britain. The re
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  • ...umber of muscles in an elephant's trunk is closer to one hundred thousand (MacKenzie 2001) ...smaller and smaller; the elderly no longer have the opportunity to roam in search of more appropriate food and will, consequently, die of starvation at an ea
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  • ...ked from Norfolk, Virginia for Japan, in command of a squadron of ships in search of a Japanese trade treaty. His fleet included the best of American technol ...Fillmore, to the Emperor of Japan. Although he had invested two years in research for his mission, he proceeded steadily and cautiously. He waited patiently
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  • ...Nicholas Rowe|Nicholas Rowe's]] 1709 edition, followed by [[Alexander Pope|Alexander Pope's]] 1723 version. Pope began a tradition of editing the play to add in ...rd question, "Dost thou love me?"<ref>II.ii.90</ref> By doing this, she is searching for the reality, rather than the exaggeration of their love. Other forms
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  • ...iganj District]] of Bangladesh.<ref>Md Mahbub Murshed, [http://banglapedia.search.com.bd/HT/B_0584.htm Bose, (Sir) Jagdish Chandra.] Retrieved March 12, 2007 ...d Indian science. However, Bose was not provided with any facilities for research. On the other hand, he was a "victim of racialism" with regard to his salar
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  • ...fm?Lang=E&Geo1=CD&Code1=3520&Geo2=PR&Code2=35&Data=Count&SearchType=Begins&SearchPR=01&B1=All Census Profile]. Retrieved June 15, 2012.</ref> ...on, [[publishing]], [[computer software|software production]], [[medical research]], [[education]], [[tourism]] and [[sports]] industries. The [[Toronto Stoc
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