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Manning River Times
Formidable country duo Harvey and Coleof country music’s great duets, but Harvey says it was tough to narrow down whi
Manning River Times / Posted 2 days ago
of country music’s great duets, but Harvey says it was tough to narrow down which ones to include. “It could have been the Encyclopedia Britannica, but we went with the best known and our favourites. Some just had to be on there, like Jackson, My... Read more
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International Business Times
'Miniature whale, mussel, or alien?' Video of creepy mystery river creature leaves people baffled company told the Daily Mail they believe the creature is actually a mudskipper,
International Business Times / Posted 6 days ago
company told the Daily Mail they believe the creature is actually a mudskipper, though they aren't certain. According to Encyclopedia Britannica, there are six species of muskipper, found in the Indo-Pacific. "They live in swamps and estuaries... Read more
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Zamboanga Today
Congress, the BBL is not enoughover them, but only a few coastal areas were really under its control. The Moro
Zamboanga Today / Posted 9 days ago
over them, but only a few coastal areas were really under its control. The Moros were not conquered.” (b) The New Encyclopedia Britannica, Volume 11, copyright 1989, p. 381 claims that “ The Spaniards never subdued the inhabitants who they... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Why Industrial Parks Are the Order of the Dayof rapid economic growth by using tax and business incentives to attract foreig
AllAfrica.com / Posted 23 days ago
of rapid economic growth by using tax and business incentives to attract foreign investment and technology, according to Encyclopedia Britannica. The Chinese government gives special economic policies and flexible governmental measures that allow... Read more
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Barrie Examiner
Climate change, letter reaction: LETTERSin the development of the United States Constitution, and that the Nations of t
Barrie Examiner / Posted 25 days ago
in the development of the United States Constitution, and that the Nations of the Confederacy were, according to the Encyclopedia Britannica, “united in a common council composed of clan and village chiefs; each tribe had one vote, and... Read more

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