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, geology, history, literature, medicine, natural sciences, religion and technology, as well as descriptions of unusual natural events. The encyclopedia, which was completed in 1408 at Nanjing Guozijian (南京國子監; Imperial University in Nanking (Nanjing University)), comprised 22,877 or 22,937 "Yongle dadian". '' Encyclopædia


other Asian and Middle Eastern drivers, Qataris often ignore road rules and are intolerant of pedestrians attempting to cross the road. Be safe when walking near or over major highways. Dust storms and sandstorms are another major issue, being common throughout the dry summer. These natural events can shroud the country in darkness and cause severe respiratory issues. If a sandstorm is approaching, immediately seek shelter or wear a facemask. Stay healthy Drink lots of bottled water


of my computer due to the demands of my family). Holodomor was a catastrophical famine that caused death of millions of people. It has nothing with the weather or other ''natural events''. The same territories across the border with Poland where lived the same Ukrainian people, growing the same crops, using the same agricultural methods has no famine whatsever. If we make a closer look how the collectivization was organized in 1929-1930 you would ask not why there was a deadly famine

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some feel that it may have been caused by natural events or a detector malfunction. Apart from New Zealand, the Alinghi team consisted of members from Germany, the United States, Canada, the Netherlands, France, Italy, Spain, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Portugal, Turkey, Ireland, the UK (from Scotland and Wales), Belgium, South Africa, Australia, Uruguay, Argentina, Denmark, Ecuador, and Switzerland. South Africa In South Africa, the Prohibition of Mixed Marriages Act prohibited marriage between whites and non-whites (which were classified as Black, Asian and Coloured). Multiracial South Africans are commonly referred to as coloureds. According to the 2001 South African Census, they are the second largest minority (8.9%) after white South Africans (9.2%). thumb left Black Turnstone in summer plumage. (File:Arenaria melanocephala1.jpg) The '''Ruddy Turnstone''' (or just '''Turnstone''' in Europe), ''Arenaria interpres'', has a circumpolar distribution, and is a very long distance migrant, wintering on coasts as far south as South Africa and Australia. It is thus a common sight on coasts almost everywhere in the world. In the Americas, the species winters on coastlines from Washington (Washington (U.S. state)) and Massachusetts southwards to the southern tip of South America although it is scarce in southern parts of Chile and Argentina and is only an unconfirmed vagrant (vagrancy in birds) in the Falkland Islands. In Europe it winters in western regions from Iceland, Norway and Denmark southwards. Only small numbers are found on Mediterranean coasts. In Africa it is common all the way down to South Africa with good numbers on many offshore islands. In Asia it is widespread in the south with birds wintering as far north as southern China and Japan (mainly in the Ryukyu Islands). It occurs south to Tasmania and New Zealand and is present on many Pacific islands. Some non-breeding birds remain year round in many parts of the wintering range, with some of those birds still taking on breeding plumage in the spring and summer. '''Froot Loops''' is a brand of breakfast cereal produced by Kellogg's and sold in the United States, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, South Korea, Philippines, Thailand, Germany, Hungary, The Middle East, South Africa, Latin America, Sweden and Finland. The cereal pieces are ring-shaped (hence "loops") and come in a variety of bright colors and a blend of fruit flavors. Kellogg's introduced Froot Loops in September 1963. Originally, there were red, orange (Orange (colour)), and yellow loops, but green, purple, and blue were added during the 1990s. The war was one of the most prominent Cold War proxy wars, with UNITA receiving military aid from the United States and South Africa while the MPLA received support from the Soviet Union and its allies. Obituary: Jonas Savimbi, Unita's local boy, February 25, 2002. BBC News. WikiPedia:South Africa Dmoz:Regional Africa South Africa Commons:Category:South Africa

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