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Egyptian MummiesEgyptian Mummies
It was important in their religion to preserve the dead body in as life-like a manner as possible. So successful were they that today we can view the mummified body of an Egyptian and have a good idea of what he or she looked like in life
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Chapter four: civil liberties and civil rightsChapter four: civil liberties and civil rights
Table 3: Supreme Court’s Standards for Classifications Under the Equal Protection Clause of the Fourteenth Amendment
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The Victorian Empire and Britain’s Maritime World, 1837-1901The Victorian Empire and Britain’s Maritime World, 1837-1901
British naval forces went into battle on c. 1,630 separate occasions in the period, and only c. 300 between 1815 and 19143 – there is nonetheless much that is unfamiliar and a great deal that is instructive about the relationship between the sea and the British
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Suburbanization of Urban China: a conceptual Framework Yixing Zhou, Peking UniversitySuburbanization of Urban China: a conceptual Framework Yixing Zhou, Peking University
The authors thank Dr. Feng Jian, Peking University, and Mr. David Chunyu, University at Albany, for their assistance in the preparation of this essay
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City Competitiveness: Concept, Factors, Model Jolita Sinkiene1 AbstractCity Competitiveness: Concept, Factors, Model Jolita Sinkiene1 Abstract
Understanding the importance and specifics of functioning of state government units of sub-regional level, different competitiveness studies have been carried out in recent years
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Preparation for death in ancient EgyptPreparation for death in ancient Egypt
Ancient Egyptians spent a considerable amount of time and money preparing for their death. They purchased funerary items, commissioned or bought a coffin and built a tomb that was often more elaborate than their lifetime home
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The West and the World, 1815–1914The West and the World, 1815–1914
European nations’ rush to build political empires in Africa and Asia after 1875. Finally, they should be able to describe the general pattern of non-Western responses to Western expansion and to detail the Indian, Japanese
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How Do Our Judges Conceive of Democracy?How Do Our Judges Conceive of Democracy?
The Democratic Nature of the Community Decision-Making Process under Scrutiny of the European Court of Justice
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Whose Fault is it Anyway? A reflection on the Interpretation of Section 1(1)(A) of the Apportionment of Damages Act (No. 34/1956) as AmendedWhose Fault is it Anyway? A reflection on the Interpretation of Section 1(1)(A) of the Apportionment of Damages Act (No. 34/1956) as Amended
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Cee 102: Engineering in the Modern WorldCee 102: Engineering in the Modern World
The purpose of this lab is to prepare sample of structural concrete and to test and analyze its thermal behavior and strength characteristics
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Portes and Rumbaut Immigrant AmericaPortes and Rumbaut Immigrant America
What are the two common perceptions about contemporary immigration that the authors begin the chapter with?
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