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The Reasons Underlying European Expansion and Expl

orationThe Reasons Underlying European Expansion and Exploration It remains unclear why humanity chose a relatively spontaneous moment to matriculate from the sheltered semicircle of Mediterranean lands, to expand to the farthest reaches of the earth, with an inchoate disregard for personal welfare. However, pretentious man feels the need to speculate and impart drivelous reason, vain […]

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European And Chinese Music Notation

European And Chinese Music Notation The European Music system first developed from neumes and was basically a set of musical signs that showed a set of sounds and techniques, which were used to perform music. English music was in transition from the melodically based (horizontal) modes to those of harmony (counterpoint, or vertical structure), and […]

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Hungary Between Former Soviet Union and the European Union

With the demise of Communist governments throughout the area of Soviet hegemony, new regimes have undertaken the privatization of many sectors of the region’s economies and political systems. The new changes faces numerous obstacles, some universal and some unique to the practice of law. While the problems plaguing other sectors of these privatizing economies have […]

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European Union: Peril or Panacea

Europe is conventionally associated with the practice of altering national borders to form new countries and colonies, which in turn results in dynamic political and government systems (Perry, Berg, & Krukones, 2009). This is typical of both the times of feudal kingdoms and serfdom and the modern day parliamentary system of government. Irrespective of changing […]

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European City of Culture

The European Cultural Capital title appeared in 1985, then the Greek minister of culture, former actress Melina Mercouri together with the French counterpart-jack came up with the idea of bringing Europeans closer together through highlighting Europe’s richness in diversity of culture, while creating their common history as well as well values. The title is managed […]

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The European Union’s Data Protection Reform

Introduction Internet users all over the world and Europeans in particular have adjusted the new ways of sharing their information using various social networks. Therefore, the remote data storing has become a significant part of people’s lives. It is also important to note the importance of personal data to many businesses as it has become […]

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European Explorations

European exploration was promoted by factors economic, technologic, political, and religious in different ways. The Treaty of Lodi and the invasion in Italy was a political factor. Portugal’s quest to China and the Spice Islands was an economic factor. New weaponry and sailing aide that was being created was a technological factor. A religious factor […]

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Air pollution, human health and PM-2.5 standards

Air pollution is a serious problem for everyone, particularly the presence of PM-2.5 in the air that people breathe everyday. The knowledge and understanding of humans about this particular air pollution aspect began “in 1971 with the coinage of the term “total suspended particulate (TSP) (Sattler, Lipscomb, 2002, p. 138).”

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What races or classes of women might be involved in this trade?

During the pre-colonial times, tilling the land and farming were the foremost source of livelihoods for the newcomers.  At first, only men were tasked to work in the fields.  But as the demand for more hands were needed to harvest crops, women were taken in to help.

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Name of Subject Course

Upon examination of the results of operations of the different divisions including the computation and allocation of cost, this researcher has found the following causes of poor performance of the European Division: First, the cost of goods sold ratio to sales for European Division is made higher than the North America and Asia division because […]

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