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Model Alignment of Anthrax Attack Simulations1Model Alignment of Anthrax Attack Simulations1
Li-Chiou Chen1, Kathleen M. Carley1, Douglas Fridsma2, Boris Kaminsky1, Alex Yahja1
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Factors Influencing Survival during the Holocaust Was survival for Jews during the Holocaust purely a matter of chance? Viewpoint: Yes. Chance alone determined who survived and who perished during the HolocaustFactors Influencing Survival during the Holocaust Was survival for Jews during the Holocaust purely a matter of chance? Viewpoint: Yes. Chance alone determined who survived and who perished during the Holocaust
Viewpoint: No. Even though chance played some role in survival, a wide variety of other factors, such as national origin, race, class, gender, and family, proved much more important
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A reflection on Canadian Residential School Social Policy and the Impact on Aboriginal PeopleA reflection on Canadian Residential School Social Policy and the Impact on Aboriginal People
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Biological warfare threat the understanding of its history and science for deterrence, detection, containment, treatment and mitigationBiological warfare threat the understanding of its history and science for deterrence, detection, containment, treatment and mitigation
David N. Rahni, Ph. D. Professor of Chemistry, Adjunct Professor, Environmental Law & Dermatology
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Seattle Post-Intelligencer, 12/11/96, 1996 Gulf War Illness Linked to Iraqi Germ Weapons Gene Altered Bacterium Found in Vets’ BloodSeattle Post-Intelligencer, 12/11/96, 1996 Gulf War Illness Linked to Iraqi Germ Weapons Gene Altered Bacterium Found in Vets’ Blood
Given the artificial structure of the bacterium, its widespread detection among hundreds of Gulf War veterans and their families, and Iraq's confirmed
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The Black Death 1347 1350 Culprit: Oriental Rat FleaThe Black Death 1347 1350 Culprit: Oriental Rat Flea
The Black Death was one of the worst natural disasters in history. In 1347 A. D., a great plague swept over Europe, ravaged cities causing widespread hysteria and death. One third of the population of Europe died
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The Black DeathThe Black Death
The same disease is thought to have returned to Europe every generation with varying degrees of intensity and fatality until the 1700s
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6th Grade Black Death Inquiry6th Grade Black Death Inquiry
Map depicting the spread of the Black Death. Created for the New York k-12 Social Studies Toolkit by Agate Publishing
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Whi unit 13-Late Medieval Era The Black DeathWhi unit 13-Late Medieval Era The Black Death
In 1347 A. D., the Bubonic plague swept over Europe and ravaged cities causing widespread hysteria and death. One third of the population of Europe died. The primary culprits in transmitting this disease were fleas carried on the back of
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What is the mortality rate of plague?What is the mortality rate of plague?
Plague is a disease caused by the bacteria, Yersinia pestis and is carried by fleas that feed on infected rodents. Plague is rare in the United States and occurs most often in the Southwest during summer months
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Ap us history Period MsAp us history Period Ms
New England held an advantage over the Chesapeake region because more people were attracted to it and it offered its colonists a bigger variety of economic opportunities
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Chesapeake ColoniesChesapeake Colonies
Diet. Such circumstances, partly true of early Virginia, were an inauspicious beginning for England's first region of permanent settlement on the North American mainland and a misleading harbinger of the Chesapeake's eighteenth-century prominence
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Quality of Life: India vs. China Amartya Sen 1Quality of Life: India vs. China Amartya Sen 1
When the prices of goods and services rise, people are spending more money, which means that the country overall has more money to spend. Right now India’s economic growth rate is less than China, but they are catching up
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Nazi Germany Concentration Camps and Killing CentersNazi Germany Concentration Camps and Killing Centers
Nazis opened around 20,000 concentration camps in Germany and Nazi-occupied countries to deal with the numbers of people arrested as enemies of the state
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Copyright 1992 by Connie Willis. All Rights ReservedCopyright 1992 by Connie Willis. All Rights Reserved
Copyright 1992 by Connie Willis. All Rights Reservedcopynote. Reproduced under arrangement with Bantam Books, a division of Bantam/Doubleday/Dell Publishing Group Inc. For the personal use of buyers of the 1993 esf award anthology only
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