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  • |native_name = ''República de Guinea Ecuatorial'' {{spaces|2}}<small>{{es icon}}</small><br/> ''République de G |conventional_long_name = Republic of Equatorial Guinea
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  • ...the 1880s through 1914) that followed its exploration saw the exploitation of Africa's people and resources. This fueled European ideas about their own r ...em of [[economics]] that links the continent and its peoples with the rest of the global community.
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  • ...s two, long, hollow, venom-injecting fangs that fold back against the roof of the mouth when the mouth is closed (solenoglyphic dentition, or "movable fr Elapids are a diverse group of more than 300 species placed in about 60 [[genus|genera]] (Keogh 2004), inc
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  • ...lucrative spice [[trade]]. In 1488, [[Bartolomeu Dias]] rounded the [[Cape of Good Hope]], and in 1498, [[Vasco da Gama]] reached India. In 1500, [[Pedro ...actories, the empire went into decline. The loss of the largest and most profitable colony, Brazil, in 1822 as [[Decolonization|independence movements]]
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  • ...tional law]], [[war]], and [[economics]]—even questioning the legitimacy of [[imperialism]]. ...ally under Spanish Administration. On the one hand, the Spanish empire was often exploitative and culturally destructive. On the other hand, it also did
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  • image_flag = Flag_of_Gabon.jpg | image_coat = 120px-Coat of arms of Gabon svg.png|
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  • ...ns; without antivenom, its bite is nearly always fatal. With the exception of the black mamba, which is a ground dwelling species, other ''Dendroaspis'' ..., young, or eggs) by [[mongoose]]s, [[fox]]es, [[crocodile]]s, and [[birds of prey]], among other animals.
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  • | image_flag = Flag_of_Togo.svg | symbol_type = Coat of Arms
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  • ...tes]], a bitter [[American Civil War|civil war]] was fought over the issue of slavery and slave trade. ...umankind becomes more aware of the need to recognize all people as members of the same human family, treating each other with love and respect, it can be
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  • | caption = Map of the bay showing the Banc d'Arguin National Park The '''Banc d'Arguin National Park''' lies on the west coast of [[Mauritania]] between [[Nouakchott]] and Nouadhibou. Fringing the [[Atlant
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  • ...611&rank=class "A compendium of fossil marine animal genera,"] ''Bulletins of American Paleontology'' 364: 560. Retrieved May 22, 2008.</ref> ...haped, and taller than body depth and by an elongated bill resembling that of the [[swordfish]] and other [[billfish]].
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  • ...slugs''', although this term technically applies to a more inclusive taxon of marine gastropod mollusks, Heterobranchia (which includes, but is not exclu ...uch brilliant hues and fascinating shapes have added greatly to the wonder of nature. However, nudibranchs also provide important ecological functions, p
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  • ...soline''') is a [[petroleum]]-derived [[liquid]] mixture consisting mostly of [[aliphatic]] [[hydrocarbon]]s, enhanced with [[iso-octane]] or the [[aroma ...'. In [[North America]], the word "gasoline" is commonly used, where it is often shortened in [[colloquial]] usage to "[[gas (disambiguation)|gas]]." It
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  • ...asses of cnidaria|polyps]] (as with other Cnidaria), typically in colonies of many individuals and commonly attached to a hard surface. They are closely ...ame [[species]] in a region releasing gametes simultaneously over a period of one to several nights around a full moon.
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  • ...themselves of the protection of that country, or to return there, for fear of persecution. ...A), who are the only group to be granted refugee status to the descendants of refugees.
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  • ... "gay" is used predominantly to refer to self-identified homosexual people of either sex. "[[Lesbianism|Lesbian]]" is a gender-specific term that is only ...crimination, and to ensure the [[civil rights]] of all people irrespective of their sexual orientation.
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  • | order=39th [[President of the United States]] | date of birth=October 1, 1924
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  • ...opics|image=Blue Linckia Starfish.JPG|caption=Some of the [[biodiversity]] of a coral reef, in this case the [[Great Barrier Reef]]}} ...water reefs are called '''coral bioherms''', which some consider as a type of coral reef, and others consider as distinct from the term coral reef. The c
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  • ...ng the type of prejudice that results in the exploitation and dehumanizing of Others. ...the house visits of her father’s and brother’s scientific friends. One of these, Henry Guillemard, with ‘whom she had a devoted but sometimes troub
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  • ...ropean age of discovery, which began with the global maritime explorations of [[Portugal]] and [[Spain]] in the late fifteenth century. ... total land area. Though it has now mostly evolved into the [[Commonwealth of Nations]], British influence remains strong throughout the world: in econom
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