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Life as a Passenger on an East Indiaman SourcesLife as a Passenger on an East Indiaman Sources
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By its definition, a building must be over 35 metres (115 feet) tall to qualify as a skyscraper. New York ranks second with 5,444 skyscrapers; Los Angeles has just 450. Chicago's Sears Tower has more floors than any of its rivals
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Ec 102. 07-08-09 Exercises for Chapter 31 spring 2006Ec 102. 07-08-09 Exercises for Chapter 31 spring 2006
A japanese firm buys lumber from the United States and pays for it with yen. Other things the same, Japanese
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Elvis presleyElvis presley
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Because of the limited facilities that are available for kidney dialysis the hospital has been unable to provide the appellant with the treatment he has requested
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The change in elevation from one place to another is the
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