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  • |conflict=Battles of Lexington and Concord |result=propaganda victory for British colonists; beginning of colonial rebellion against Bri
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  • [[Image:Lewis_and_Clark.jpg|thumb|300px|right|Meriwether Lewis and William Clark]] ...an]] tribes, and confirmed that the [[Rocky Mountain]] chain extended thousands of miles north from [[Mexico]].
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  • |conventional_long_name = Republic of Trinidad and Tobago |common_name = Trinidad and Tobago
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  • [[Category:Politics and social sciences]] ...ent." In [[economics]], unemployment [[statistics]] measure the condition and extent of joblessness within an [[economy]]. A key measure is the unemploym
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  • [[Category:Politics and social sciences]] ...d a peaceful world of harmony and co-prosperity is established, our understanding of the factors that are essential to economic health will become clearer
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  • [[Category:Politics and social sciences]] ...r developers include [[Adam Smith]], [[David Ricardo]], [[Thomas Malthus]] and [[John Stuart Mill]].
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  • [[Category:Politics and social sciences]] ...pitalistic]] [[society]]. In this light, differences among rates of growth and technical progress has been attributed to the quality of entrepreneurship i
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  • [[Category:Politics and social sciences]] ... methodology which is relatively averse to too much mathematical formalism and willing to forgo careful general equilibrium reasoning in favor of more res
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  • [[Category:Politics and social sciences]] ...dustrial revolution]], when technological advancement, global exploration, and material opulence that had previously been unimaginable was becoming a real
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  • ...ch close, extinct relatives as [[Australopithecus]], ''[[Homo habilis]],'' and ''[[Homo erectus]].'' ...logically and [[anatomy|anatomically]], but also in psychological, social, and spiritual terms.
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  • '''James Edward Meade''' (June 23, 1907 - December 22, 1995) was an [[England|English]] [[economics|economist]]. He was joint winner of the 1977 [[Nobel ...he development of a model designed to show the effects of various monetary and fiscal policies on the [[balance of payment]]s. He also explored the effect
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  • ...ons of the nearer hillsides have tiled houses, while the farther hillsides and the lower portions of the nearer ones are covered with green bushes. A few ...east and Indian states of Sikkim, Orissa and Jharkhand on the north, south and west respectively. The state tapers off towards its northern end.
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  • ...r writing with the ability to conduct innovative research. His deep understanding of the ideas of the great economists of the past gave him a strong found ... into how economic theory could be improved to better account for reality, and thus be a more valuable tool for those involved in policy making on all lev
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  • ...f Africans died in the [[Congo Free State]] as a result of lust for rubber and rubber profits. ...The seedlings were then sent to [[Colombo]], [[Indonesia]], [[Singapore]], and [[British Malaya]]. Malaya later became the biggest producer of rubber.
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  • | death_date = {{death date and age|1957|2|8|1903|12|28}} ...[[statistics]] and many other mathematical fields as one of history's outstanding mathematicians.<ref>[http://encarta.msn.com/encyclopedia_761579159/Neuma
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  • ...inst the [[anti-communist]] [[Republic of Vietnam]] (RVN or South Vietnam) and its allies&mdash;most notably the [[United States]]&mdash;in an effort to u ...g the [[Cold War]] period that followed the conclusion of [[World War II]] and [[decolonization]].
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  • ...th America. He and his companions were the first Europeans to view the [[Grand Canyon]]. In 1544, after his return to New Galicia, he was tried for and found guilty of cruelty towards his Amer-Indian subjects. He was transferre
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  • ... is the thesis, known as "Say's Law," that [[supply]] creates its own [[demand]]. Thus he supported the ''[[laissez-faire]]'' position of [[Adam Smith]], ...nts of [[Huguenot]] extraction. In 1787, after spending two years in [[England]] [[apprentice]]d to a merchant, Say took a job at an insurance company in
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  • |result= British military victory and eventual Kenyan democracy. |commander1=* [[Dedan Kimathi|"Field Marshal" Dedan Kimathi]]<br/>* [[Waruhiu Itote|
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  • ...People's Deputation of Finland, commonly called the "Reds" ''(punaiset)'', and the forces of the non-socialist, conservative-led Senate, commonly called t ...breakdown of Finnish society during 1917. The Social Democrats on the left and conservatives on the right competed for the leadership of the Finnish state
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