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  • Study on Mangaia, Cook Islands in William Jankowiak ed Romantic Passion: A Universal Experience? (1997) Gregor, Thomas. The Mehinaku: The Dream of Daily
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  • cotton cloth. Main source: Cook Islands art#Staff God In Māori mythology, Rongo, the god of cultivated food, especially the kūmara, a vital food crop
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  • handguns, 49 million shotguns, and 8 million other long guns (Cook and Ludwig 1997). The gun trade—manufacture, sales, import, and export—is big business
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  • Initiative for Heritage Conservancy, Greece; and Gerald McCormack - Cook Islands Natural Heritage Trust. 2) Health, Sangoma Divination and Vulnerability
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  • 170 to < 180°E: South Island 43°30'S 170°30'E, New Zealand. 170 to < 180°W: Gareloi Volcano 51°47′18″N 178°47′39″W, Aleutian Islands. 160 to < 170°W: Amak
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  • Institute of Physics Publishing, p. 624-627 Wayne Orchiston 1994, James Cook and the 1769 Transit OF Mercury, Carter Observatory ISSN 1173–7263 http://www
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  • origin of the crater? Looking at the image above right, where Quebec is in red, there are the Belcher Islands, also in the image at lower
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  • the largest known body of liquid on Titan. These seas are most likely filled with liquid ethane, methane and dissolved nitrogen." "Many bays, islands
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  • meter Nordic Optical Telescope, located at La Palma, Canary Islands. The optical image shows the blue color of Saturn's northern hemisphere. "This
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  • Hawaiian Islands, and indeed the largest on any island archipelago, with over 125 species." “The equivalent dose to a tissue is found by multiplying the absorbed
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  • observed comet Hale-Bopp with the 2.6 m Nordic Optical Telescope on La Palma, Canary Islands, with a view to estimating the 12C/13C abundance ratio. About
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  • from the ancient and eroded lunar far side". esa. Retrieved 15 February 2010.  Spudis, Paul D.; Cook, A.; Robinson, M.; Bussey, B.; Fessler, B.; Cook; Robinson;
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  • Palma, Canary Islands, with a view to estimating the 12C/13C abundance ratio. About twenty high-resolution (λ /Δ λ ~ 70000) spectra of the strong CN Violet
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  • 2012-02-10.  NASA - A Big Surprise from the Edge of the Solar System (06.09.11) Steve Cole, Jia-Rui C. Cook, and Alan Buis (December 2011). "NASA's Voyager
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  • Harrison, Steven Boggs, Aleksey E. Bolotnikov, Finn E. Christensen, Walter R. Cook III, William W. Craig, Charles J. Hailey, Mario A. Jimenez-Garate, Peter
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  • Retrieved 2013-03-03.  Arthur Bernard Cook (1925). Zeus: A Study in Ancient Religion, Volume 2: Zeus God of the Dark Sky (Thunder and Lightning), Part
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  • crust in the Lhasa terrane, imply the thermal structure of Tibetan deep lithosphere to have also evolved." "In these islands a basaltic succession, originally
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  • facilitated the control of a dominant group". "Slave owners were Africans". "Although most and the biggest slave owners on the coast and islands were Muslims
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  • straighten up the room ayudar - to help cocinar - to cook cortar el césped - to cut the lawn dar - to give dar de comer al perro - to feed the dog hacer la
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  • pdf. Retrieved 2012-08-08.  OF Cook (1940). "An endemic palm on Cocos Island near Panama mistaken for the coconut palm". Science 91 (2354): 140-2
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