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Which is part of the process in the formation of hail pellets? 1. They are tossed up and down in clouds. 2. They lose layers of ice and grow smaller. 3. They grow to less than 5 mm in diameter. 4. They form ice crystals directly from water vapor.

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Other than being written by the colonists, the words "CRO" and "CROATOAN" appeared as in the Lost Colony theatre at Fort Raleigh National Historic Site.

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A colonist is a member of an organization supported by the government who moves to a new area. Usually, the territory that a colonist claims is already inhabited by some other people. They are under the management of different individuals.

On August 18, 1590, John White discovered the unique whole word on Roanoke Island that is CROATOAN. According to geologists the name "Croatoan" may have been created by combining  two Altaic words that meant "council town."

The word CRO" and "CROATOAN" are being used in the Lost Colony theatre at Fort Raleigh National Historic Site in addition to being written by the colonists.

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I absolutely agree with that statment of territorial losses being the worst punishment faced by Germans in Treaty of Versailles.

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Territorial loss is a system where a country is stripped off its rightful lands and areas due to fallout with other countries after a war. After the end of world War 1, Germany lost the war. And, also, they lost most of their territory due to the Treaty they signed with other countries.

The Treaty was to curtail their power and influence in Europe. Despite the treaty being too harsh, what pained the Germans most was the territorial loss to some Allied powers such as Belgium, Cezchslovakia, Poland, East Pressua and renouncement of control of colonies under their care. It is sighted by researchers, that, the territorial loss is part of the reason why German went to war during world War 2.

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Dominant clans ruled. Basically both societies used the "Godfather" system in forms suited to their time and culture. Strong emphasis on clan, bloodline, obedience, social class divisions and racism in the sense of what we would now call nationality (nation states were just beginning to emerge and the concept of 'citizen' was fuzzy and evolving). It is still true that for obvious reason the Japanese still equate nationality with race but while that's interesting, it's not what the question is looking for.
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It´s a reference to the Hanging Gardens of Babylon. Explanation:The Hanging Gardens was an outstanding terrace of trees and plants in Babylon city. Along with the Tower of Babel and the Ishtar Gate, these garden seemingly floating over the city is one of the improvements the king Nebuchadnezzar made to the city, in an attempt to add beauty to a place already deemed as the Gate of God.
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Answer: d. to inform readers of the reasons why the Grimms collected their tales.

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The Grim brothers have a firm belief that the actual form a culture which is the most natural one is linguist and is dependent on history and in order to understand and follow it Grim brothers discovered and saved the fairy tales. This objective of Grim brothers has been displayed through their essay. The Grim brothers got motivated to do so because they believed that industrialization in long run would erase these classics from memory and hence these stories need to be protected.
Option D is correct.
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First off it would be more accurate to say for the most part Africans enslaved each other and Europeans bought them and continued to hold them as slaves.
Initially it was for two reasons, there was a labor shortage in America for people who wanted to run large agricultural operations because land was cheap in America and free people would rather work a farm for themselves than someone else. The second reason was Africans weren’t Christians and so there was little moral inhibition against holding them as slaves. Later on, when the descendants of Africans in America were now Christian they were initially freed but very soon the excuse of special racial inferiority was invented to justify keeping people as slaves. In the middle ages in Europe, Africans weren’t thought to be any more inferior than people in the next village over.
Later still, with the extraordinary demand and growth of cotton cultivation slavery became a system by which anyone with money could make an enormous profit. Cotton cultivation wouldn’t work without slavery because cotton depleted the soil and required workers to be moved to ever more remote areas and work in poor conditions. Paying free workers enough to consider accepting such work would make it unprofitable.
So it was a case of slavery and big profits or no slavery and poor profits. When faced with that kind of choice a significant percentage of people from any race will talk themselves into almost anything, however pernicious and evil.
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The correct answer to this open question is the following.Although you did not include any references or texts, we can comment on the following.My brief description would be this one.One major difference between Beard’s and Berkin’s historical interpretations of the drafting of the United States Constitution is the perspective from it was written. Each of the historians considered different points of view.Here is why.In the case of historian Charles Beard, he expressed in "An Economic Interpretation of the Constitution of the United States" (1913), that the framers of the US Constitution had economic interests as the priority when the document was drafted. They were so interested in protecting privacy rights and never compromise the economy of the people. On the other hand, in the case of historian Carol Berkin, she commented in "A Brilliant Solution: Inventing the American Constitution" (2002), that the founding fathers drafted the Constitution they focused on solving the many problems left by the English crown. They used their experience to protect the new country to protect it from a tyrant.
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From the early to mid-19th century the federal government, through 162 violence-backed cessions, expropriated approximately 10.7 million acres of land from 245 tribal nations and divided it into roughly 80,000 parcels for redistribution. Under the act, each eligible state received 30,000 acres (120 km2) of federal land, either within or contiguous to its boundaries, for each member of congress the state had as of the census of 1860. This land, or the proceeds from its sale, was to be used toward establishing and funding the educational institutions described above. Under provision six of the Act, "No State while in a condition of rebellion or insurrection against the government of the United States shall be entitled to the benefit of this act," in reference to the recent secession of several Southern states and the contemporaneously raging American Civil War.
After the war, however, the 1862 Act was extended to the former Confederate states; it was eventually extended to every state and territory, including those created after 1862. If the federal land within a state was insufficient to meet that state's land grant, the state was issued scrip which authorized the state to select federal lands in other states to fund its institution. For example, New York carefully selected valuable timber land in Wisconsin to fund Cornell University. The resulting management of this scrip by the university yielded one third of the total grant revenues generated by all the states, even though New York received only one-tenth of the 1862 land grant. Overall, the 1862 Morrill Act allocated 17,400,000 acres (70,000 km2) of land, which when sold yielded a collective endowment of $7.55 million.
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Both of these helped to shape the idea of freedom, identifying it ever closely with economic opportunity, physical mobility and participation in a vibrantly democratic political system. they drove eachother because imporvmenets in transportation and communication made possible the rise of the West as a powerful, selfconcious region of the new nation.
In the six years following the end of the war, 6 new ststaes entered the union, indiana illinois missouri alabama missispi and maine.
Eastern banks would loan money to farmers looking to try their hand at economic independance by moving west and farming.
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The photograph's reliability could be questioned since the photographer that took it was hired to support one program of President Franklin Rooselvet. This program aims to help people from Dust Bowl, which forces the photographer to take pictures that portrays people in need.
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The photograph's reliability could be questioned since the photographe