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  • U.S. states/North Carolina/Facts and information (category States and capitals of the United States)
    were tar, pitch and turpentine. Origin of Name: North Carolina is named in honor of King Charles I of England, from the Latin “Carolus.” Song: “The Old
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  • and also: a) gallant or chivalrous man; b) Cavalier a supporter of Charles I of England in his struggles against Parliament. Also called Royalist; c) a
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  • David M. Work and Charles E. Mason (November 2004). "Mississippian (Late Osagean) Ammonoids from the New Providence Shale Member of the Borden Formation
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  • of England as a naval power. Henry VIII and his Navy, National Maritime Museum, Greenwich Charles V, Holy Roman Emperor Queen Elizabeth I, Queen of
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  • The Social Shaping of Technology, 2nd ed. (Buckingham, England : Open University Press, 1999) ISBN 0-335-19913-5. "Definition of technology". Merriam-Webster
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  • Stars/Sun/Locating the Sun (category History of Science)
    create what a locator is. Yes, this laboratory is structured. I will provide an example of a technique to locate the Sun experimentally. The rest is up
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  • development." Proceedings of the 3rd annual ACM conference on research and development in information retrieval (SIGIR '80, Cambridge, England, 1980) Kent, UK:
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  • first copper makers". 31-34 Gordon Square - London - WC1H 0PY England: UCL Institute of Archaeology. Retrieved 2015-01-18.  R. Muscheler, B. Kromer,
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  • Permian-Triassic boundary [...] is defined at the base of Hindeodus parvus horizon, i.e. the base of Bed 27c of Meishan section D, Changxing County, Zhejiang Province
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  • Klaus Hinkelmann, Oscar Kempthorne (2008). Design and Analysis of Experiments, Volume I: Introduction to Experimental Design (2nd ed.). Wiley. ISBN 978-0-471-72756-9
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  • Unpublished Letters Volume I.. Cambridge. http://www.writersmugs.com/books/books.php?book=17&name=Charles_Darwin&title=MORE_LETTERS_OF_CHARLES_DARWIN. Retrieved
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  • southern England is called a lias. 4. Varves are a pair of sedimentary layers, a couplet, that form in an annual cycle as the result of seasonal
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  • lower Jurassic period, consisting of thin layers of blue limestone [present in parts of southern England]" is called a lias. Sediment cores may be
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  • exist in England. As a matter of fact in 1694 what was to become the most monopolistic economic organization of the realm was set up in the form of the Bank
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  • Jurassic. On the right is an example of Kosmoceras cromptoni from the Late Jurassic, Chippenham, England. Lithacosphinctes achilles is from
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  • Scarborough, England. Although regarded as a separate field of its own, in a real sense palynology is the micropaleontological equivalent of paleobotany
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  • Unpublished Letters Volume I.. Cambridge. http://www.writersmugs.com/books/books.php?book=17&name=Charles_Darwin&title=MORE_LETTERS_OF_CHARLES_DARWIN. Retrieved
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  • of Charles's Flemish advisers. The chief problems Charles faced were the Protestant Reformation in Germany; the dynastic conflict with King Francis I
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  • D. (1995). Exploring the X-ray universe. Cambridge, England: Press Syndicate of the University of Cambridge. p. 9. ISBN 0-521-43712-1.  Bradt, H.; Naranan
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  • Early telescopes (category History of Science)
    Retrieved 2014-06-06.  AH Tunnacliffe, JG Hirst (1996). Optics. Kent, England. pp. 233–7. ISBN 0-900099-15-1.  "Refracting telescope, In: Wikipedia"
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