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The Scramble for Africa: Berlin Conference of 1884-1885The Scramble for Africa: Berlin Conference of 1884-1885
In the second half of the nineteenth century, after more than four centuries of contact, the Western European powers finally laid claim to virtually all of Africa
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Camden valley Hunter Valley Hume Corridor New England The Pilliga Clarence River Albert GrulkeCamden valley Hunter Valley Hume Corridor New England The Pilliga Clarence River Albert Grulke
This history of Europe the land of our forefathers has been compiled by Albert Grulke from memory and from materials gathered over many years. It would be impossible to identify the author or originator of any materials used
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Chapter 5 rituals of conflict reduction in táin bóChapter 5 rituals of conflict reduction in táin bó
Anyone who remembers childhood can recall the boundaries between his own gang and the next. For childish empires carve up space as quickly as do full-grown warrior bands
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In the high court of south africa eastern cape, grahamstownIn the high court of south africa eastern cape, grahamstown
The action involved four claims for unpaid commission of R102 204. 33 (of which R2 204. 33 was abandoned), payment of R3 000 for services rendered, R3 699. 54 in respect of certain other services rendered and R7 190
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Chapter 2: the economyChapter 2: the economy
Growth in the New South Wales economy slowed in 2008-09 initially due to higher domestic interest rates and subsequently in the face of the global financial crisis
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The March quarter 1998 National Accounts confirmed continued strong growth in the Australian economyThe March quarter 1998 National Accounts confirmed continued strong growth in the Australian economy
June quarter are more positive. An important development that became evident over the course of 1997 98 is the success Australian exporters are having in diverting sales away from weaker markets in East Asia to markets in North America
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Monthly Economic Commentary: headwinds and choppy seas? Se(16)22 February 2016Monthly Economic Commentary: headwinds and choppy seas? Se(16)22 February 2016
Bank of England has reduced its growth forecasts and the European Central Bank has introduced negative interest rates. Coupled with falling commodity prices and slowing global demand
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