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  • ...nt on a perfect being for its existence, and thus, the construction of the tower is a potentially hubristic act of defiance towards the God that created the ...eghel-tower-of-babel.jpg|thumb|250px|''[[The Tower of Babel (Brueghel)|The Tower of Babel]]'' by [[Pieter Brueghel the Elder]] (1563)]]
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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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  • ...sing the Patriarch of wishing to destroy its race, but as the commentators pointed out, God wished to save the raven, for its descendants were destined to f ...e="JE Noah">[http://www.jewishencyclopedia.com/view.jsp?artid=318&letter=N&search=noah Jewish Encyclopedia: Noah]. McCurdy, JF, Bacher, W, Seligsohn, M, Hirs
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  • | location = St. Louis, Lake, and Cook counties, [[Minnesota]], [[USA]] ...between the [[Canada]]–[[United States]] border and the north shore of [[Lake Superior]]. The area is part of the greater Boundary Waters region along th
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  • |HighestPoint = [[Mount Hood]]<ref name=USGS>{{cite web|url=http://egsc.usgs.gov/isb/pubs |LowestPoint = [[Pacific Ocean]]<ref name=USGS/>
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  • ...n. At various periods in that time, warm, shallow seas, streams, ponds and lakes, vast deserts and dry near-shore environments covered the area. Uplift ass ...ummit of Horse Ranch Mountain is the highest point in the park; the lowest point is the 3,666&nbsp;foot (1,117&nbsp;meters) elevation of Coal Pits Wash, cre
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  • |nickname = City of Lakes, Mill City, Twin Cities (with [[Saint Paul, Minnesota|Saint Paul]]) ...rfront, creeks, and waterfalls, many connected by parkways in the Chain of Lakes and the Grand Rounds Scenic Byway. Minneapolis was once the world's [[flou
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  • |Easiest route = rock/ice climb via Disappointment Cleaver At 14,411 feet, Mount Rainier towers 8,000 feet above surrounding Cascades peaks, such a behemoth that it creat
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  • ...or 1,890 km²), shallow (10 ft or 3 m) fresh water [[lake]]. Water leaving Lake Okeechobee in the wet season forms the Everglades, a shallow, slow-moving f ...erlook of the Florida Everglades, viewed from the Shark Valley observation tower, in Everglades National Park.]]
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  • |p13 = [[Rivière-des-Prairies–Pointe-aux-Trembles]] ...he first permanent French settlement on the Island, was founded in 1642 at Pointe-à-Callière.
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  • ...t 2.2 square miles (5.7 square kilometers). There are many minor ponds and lakes within the city and a total of 60 miles (96.4 kilometers) of rivers.<ref>I ...n as the Riga River, at one point forming a natural harbor called the Riga Lake, neither of which exist today.<ref>CEROI [http://www.ceroi.net/reports/riga
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  • ...st far more brutally than the Navajo ever did."<ref>David D. Roberts, ''In Search of the Old Ones: Exploring the Anasazi World of the Southwest'' (New York, [[town|Settlements]] consist of large [[pueblo]]s, [[cliff dwelling]]s, towers, and [[turkey]] pens. Most villages in the Four Corners area were abandone
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  • ...There has been considerable discussion as to their antiquity, but modern research finds no definite justification for assigning them to a distinct primitive ...set of Moki steps.<ref>Richard F. Fleck, ''A Colorado River Reader'' (Salt Lake City, UT: University of Utah Press, 2000, ISBN 978-0874806472).</ref>
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  • |image = [[Image:Wellesley College Tower Court.jpg|240 px]] ...name of famed miser, [[Hetty Green]]. Green Hall is home to Galen L. Stone Tower, in which is housed a 32-bell [[Carillon]].
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  • | Nickname = North Star State;<br>Land of 10,000 Lakes; The Gopher State | HighestPoint = [[Eagle Mountain (Minnesota)|Eagle Mountain]]<ref name=USGS>{{cite web|ur
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  • ...://www.nzherald.co.nz/search/search.cfm?kw1=%22Queen%20city%22&kw2=&op=all&searchorder=2&display=20&start=0&thepage=1 --> ...anspoliciespublications/technicalpublications/mrq20110303.pdf Monitoring Research Quarterly], March 2011 Volume 4 Issue 1, page 4 (from the Auckland council
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  • ...h century: D. Harper, [http://www.etymonline.com/index.php?search=physical&searchmode=none "Physical,"] ''Online Etymology Dictionary'' (2010). Retrieved Jan ...es to nature often highlight abiotic units (such as [[rock]]s, [[soil]], [[lake]]s, [[ocean]]s), landscapes and geological formations (such as [[volcano]]e
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  • ...gy)|hoodoos]],'' formed from wind, water, and ice erosion of the river and lakebed [[sedimentary rock]]s. The red, orange, yellow, and white colors of the ... its remote location. The town of [[Kanab, Utah]] is situated at a central point between these three parks.
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  • ...:2622000|accessdate=March 3, 2012|title=2010 Census Interactive Population Search|publisher=U.S. Census Bureau}}</ref><ref name=CensusMSA>{{cite web|url=http ...r, [[Ontario]], [[Canada]]. The Detroit River connects [[Lake Erie]] and [[Lake St. Clair]], contributing to the city's important role as a major port city
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  • ...he same six-[[numerical digit|digit]] repeating sequence after the decimal point, but the sequence can start with any of those six digits. For example, 1/7& ...times seven times<ref>Bible Gateway, [http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=Matthew+18:21-35 Matthew 18:21.] Retrieved October 16, 2017.</ref>
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