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Computer Applications-ibm 19 November 2010Computer Applications-ibm 19 November 2010
Germany shares the same currency as much of the rest of Europe. This currency is called the euro. As of Wednesday, November 17, 2010, one American dollar is equal to. 74 Euros
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Text 1: chosen in class the Seven Ancient Wonders of the WorldText 1: chosen in class the Seven Ancient Wonders of the World
For a long time, the Great Pyramid was believed to be the tallest structure in the world. Pyramids were built as tombs for the leaders of Egypt called Pharaohs. Many travelers still visit the Great Pyramid today
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Empire State BuildingEmpire State Building
Developed as the John Thomson Farm in the late 18th century. At the time, a stream ran across the site, emptying into Sunfish Pond, located a block away
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The Chrysler Building and Empire State Building: Monuments to History and Culture of New YorkThe Chrysler Building and Empire State Building: Monuments to History and Culture of New York
Around 1930, two of the most important skyscrapers, the Chrysler Building and the Empire State Building, were erected. Over time, they became monuments representing the culture and traditions of New York City
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PerspectivesPerspectives
U. S. President Herbert Hoover. While it is no longer the world's tallest building, it is still recognized as a symbol of New York City and is visited by people from all over the world
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Name: Date: Grade 8 Unit 1 Reading Comprehension Practice Use this table to score questions 1-4 after you have completed this reading comprehension practice exerciseName: Date: Grade 8 Unit 1 Reading Comprehension Practice Use this table to score questions 1-4 after you have completed this reading comprehension practice exercise
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Empire State Building HistoryEmpire State Building History
Willis, C. 2007. The construction of the building begun in 1929 after when it was completed in 1931. The height of the building is 1250 ft to the roof
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The Best Dream I’ve Ever Had By Anthony FreeThe Best Dream I’ve Ever Had By Anthony Free
I would drive a Harley downtown every time and every time I would be hit by some Chevy truck running a stop light. But enough about that. For now I sit in the dark, counting an endless barrage of sheep
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Egyptian PyramidsEgyptian Pyramids
A. D., the peak of pyramid building began with the late third dynasty and continued until roughly the sixth (c. 2325 B. C.). More than 4,000 years later, the Egyptian pyramids still retain much of their majesty
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Tour de ForceTour de Force
Europe in the 18th century and it is painted (in three shades of blue) every three years. There are 1400 steps from the ground to the top, but the steps from the first floor to the top are closed to the public
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Toward a Modern AmericaToward a Modern America
Overall main idea: In the 1920s, the U. S. experienced great change as it grew more urban and suburban, created a new mass culture through technology and entertainment, clashed over cultural values, and stayed entrenched in foreign affairs
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Funding for The World Food Prize was provided by Friends of Iowa Public Television, the Iowa Public Television Foundation. And by the W. T. & Edna M. Dahl TrustFunding for The World Food Prize was provided by Friends of Iowa Public Television, the Iowa Public Television Foundation. And by the W. T. & Edna M. Dahl Trust
Public Television, the Iowa Public Television Foundation. And by the W. T. & Edna M. Dahl Trust. Support comes from Alliant Energy
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2002 Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Tournament University of Michigan/Duke University2002 Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Tournament University of Michigan/Duke University
Boltzman’s statistical interpretation. It was formulated as an attempt to explain Wien’s Law for all wavelengths and did so by postulating that blackbody radiation was emitted by oscillating atoms at discrete frequencies
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Welcome to the usaWelcome to the usa
Which U. S. legal holiday – held every four years – falls on the first Tuesday after the first Monday in November?
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