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  • [[Image:Pacific Ocean.png|thumb|right|300px|Pacific Ocean]] ... Concise, [http://concise.britannica.com/ebc/article-9374340/Pacific-Ocean Pacific Ocean]. Retrieved July 20, 2007.</ref>
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  • |conventional_long_name = Federated States of Micronesia |common_name = the Federated States of Micronesia
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  • |Governor = [[Nathan Deal]] ([[Republican Party (United States)|R]]) ...a-separated values|CSV]]|work=2011 Population Estimates|publisher=[[United States Census Bureau]], Population Division|date=December 2011|accessdate=December
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  • | location = [[Montana]], [[United States|USA]] ...to [[Archeology|archeological]] evidence, [[Native Americans in the United States|Native Americans]] first arrived in the Glacier area some 10,000 years ago.
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  • ...d on the northeast, north, and northwest by the Gulf Coast of the [[United States]], on the southwest and south by [[Mexico]], and on the southeast by [[Cuba ...rcial role. It links the ports of five [[Southern United States|southern]] states and Mexico with the larger ocean.
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  • ... America]]. The other extant species known as horseshoe crabs are the Indo-Pacific species ''Tachypleus gigas'', ''Tachypleus tridentatus'', and ''Carcinoscor ...uids, injectable drugs, and supplies (MRRI). ''Limulus'' also is used in research into the physiology of [[visual system|vision]] and the development of woun
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  • According to [[Genesis]] [http://www.biblegateway.com/passage/?search=genesis%2011;&version=31; Chapter 11] of the [[Bible]], the '''Tower of [[B ...n Ferdinand d'Alva Ixtilxochitl (c. 1565-1648) to the ancient [[Toltecs]], states that after humans had multiplied following a great deluge, they erected a t
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  • ...r between the [[United States]] and Japan. During the battle, the [[United States Navy]] defeated a Japanese attack against Midway Atoll (located northwest o Strategically, the U.S. Navy was able to seize the initiative in the Pacific and go on the offensive.
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  • ...th over 20 million inhabitants, Taiwan is among the most densely populated states, and is the most populous state and largest [[gross domestic product|econom ...ia and the Pacific and Indian Oceans.<ref>Jared M. Diamond, [https://www.researchgate.net/publication/260881469_Linguistics_Taiwan's_gift_to_the_world Taiwan
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  • ...includes most of [[Canada]] and [[Alaska]], all of the [[contiguous United States]], and northern [[Mexico]]. It is found near large bodies of open water wit ...ed "To Remove the Bald Eagle in the [[Continental United States|Lower 48]] States From the List of Endangered and Threatened Wildlife." It was delisted on Ju
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  • ...iel, July 19–23, 2004.'' (San Francisco, CA: Astronomical Society of the Pacific. ISBN 9781583811979), 165. Retrieved November 7, 2008.</ref> Also, some hel ... Dwarf Cosmochronology.] ''Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific'' 113 (782):409&ndash;435. Retrieved November 7, 2008.</ref><ref name="osln
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  • ...de]] flourished across the [[Atlantic Ocean|Atlantic]] and [[Pacific Ocean|Pacific]] Oceans. Toppling the [[Aztec]] and [[Inca Empire|Inca]] [[civilization|ci ...he early nineteenth century, and maintained its [[Spanish East Indies|Asia-Pacific territories]] until 1898. Spanish participation in the [[Scramble for Afric
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  • ...any love affairs and mistresses. In his autobiography he remarked that the search for love was for him a lifelong preoccupation. ..."pure experience," however, Russell characterized the stuff of our initial states of perception as "events," a stance which is curiously akin to his old teac
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  • ...s most able admirals and is highly respected in [[Japan]]. In the [[United States]] he is widely regarded as a clever, intelligent and dangerous opponent who ...amamoto warned Prime Minister Fumimaro Konoe, to avoid war with the United States. Yamamoto undertook many changes and reorganizations of the Imperial Japane
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  • | location = North Pacific | country = United States
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  • ... in length and 25 to 150 miles (40 to 240 km) in width, it separates the [[Pacific Ocean]] from the [[Gulf of California]] (or "Sea of Cortés"). Surrounded b ... [[United States]]. Politically, it is divided into the [[Mexico|Mexican]] states of Baja California and Baja California Sur.
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  • ...Crassostrea virginica),'' [[Olympia oyster]] ''(Ostreola conchaphila),'' [[Pacific oyster]] ''(Crassostrea gigas),'' [[Sydney rock oyster]] ''(Saccostrea glom ... One of the most commonly cultivated oysters is ''Crassostrea gigas'', the Pacific or [[Japanese oyster]], which is ideally suited for [[oyster cultivation in
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  • ...rther institutions of the "War relocation authority" in the western United States.]] ...ceration of Japanese Americans was applied unequally throughout the United States. While this event is most commonly called the internment of Japanese Americ
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  • ...] river system shared proximate sources with the [[Columbia River]] in the Pacific Northwest. During the two-year overland journey, the explorers discovered s ... the Atlantic seaboard, the nation would become a continental power as new states fashioned from the territories brought resources and productivity that woul
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  • | status_ref = <ref>C. Safina, [http://www.iucnredlist.org/search/details.php/23148/all "''Xiphias gladius'',"] ''2007 IUCN Red List of Threa ...'''. They are found worldwide in [[ocean]]s, including the [[Pacific Ocean|Pacific]], [[Atlantic Ocean|Atlantic]], and [[Indian Ocean]]s, generally with a lat
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