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    It’s being a year to stay in India’s one of the most dynamic landscape that keep changes throughout the year, but it is still amusing me daily. Vast silent plains with miles of visibility that is only broken sometimes by clouds of dust, “Merage” shining on horizon gives a feel of water but no water available nowhere. Mosaic of Creaks on the plains shows the scarcity of moisture even in soil. Rising temperature in summer makes this habitat even harsh for life to survive. This is the Grasslands of Banni, one of the Asia’s largest and dynamic grassland ecosystems in India. Despite of its harsh climatic conditions this vast land being shared by different types of life forms that inhabits above and beneath the surface. High temperature, dry conditions and sand storms always keep challenges to life here but nothing least forever in this universe. As the time passes monsoon comes and alters the entire picture of Banni. Intense rain of monsoon put a shallow blanket of water across the landscape once in a year that gives relief to its inhabitants. Due to high water holding capacity of the clay, huge proportion of landscape of hundreds of miles gets waterlogged once. Heavy rain, forces the people of Banni to migrate towards uplifted areas with their cattle as their settlements get filled with water. Maldharies of Banni are expertise to live here. A bright shiny colored “Pathani suit” is the only and identical outfit of “Maldharies” of Banni. Cattles herder of Banni locally known…

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    Aquila and Priscilla… One’s name never occurs without the other. As a young believer, I really thought they were twins! It would have been a true loss if I had neglected to ponder on this spiritually-minded pair who walked in all the commandments and ordinances of the Lord, blameless. I would love to share with you what I learned about this incredible pair… They were a happily married couple, litrerally ‘two hearts that beat as one’. In the truest sense, Aquila and Priscilla were ‘no more twain…

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    A. Before the L'Aquila earthquake in 2009 people were starting to prepare for a earthquake but not a 6.3 earthquake. However, there was miscommunication between the scientist and the people of L'Aquila. Since earthquakes are the hardest natural disaster to predict, nothing is always 100 percent accurate. The seismologist involved with the making of predictions did not want to scare the people and make them prepare for an earthquake that was not going to come, when the seismologist were not…

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    Many of those who live in central Italy near L’Aquila were greatly impacted by the 6.3 magnitude earthquake that shook the entire town and surrounding areas in 2009. After this, many of the residents in these areas took comfort in the idea that it happened once, and it wouldn 't happen again. But when houses began to shake at 3:36 A.M. on August 24th, 2016 disaster struck once again. Though this earthquake was not as large as the previous one, the magnitude 6.2 was followed by almost 200…

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    Lampuga Research Paper

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    created the world’s most advance electric surfboard the world has to offer. This is a tech savvy surfboard that has a carbon fiber body that only weighs 86 pounds. The electric surfboard that Lampuga has made is also the fastest surfboard on the market with top speeds of 34 MPH it is also eco-friendly by using 52-volt lithium-ion battery that provides 20 to 35 minutes of runtime. There is also an anti-grip surface for ease of use, and an automatic kill switch so if someone falls off the board…

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    For a period of 13 years, there has been an increased rate of PU cases where people who were receiving treatment were suffering from pressure ulcer. Of all the hospitalizations that took place between the year 1993 and 2006, more than 86% of all people who were hospitalized suffered from pressure ulcer. In present times, hospitals are experiencing a growing need to ensure that patient safety is a priority. Doctors, nurses and other medical practitioners are expected to ensure that the treatment…

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    Milky Way Research Paper

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    Many skywatchers rate October as one of the year’s best observing months. The early sunsets mean that most of the summer’s stars linger in the west late into twilight. Waiting up only a few hours more brings many of winter’s best sights into view in the east, and it’s not too cold yet in the mid-northern latitudes. Even though the Autumn season is firmly in place, not all of the summer Milky Way has been lost. A short drive into the countryside away from city lights will reveal an impressive…

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    Flags In The Roman Army

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    infantry normally was represented by the eagle. The movements of a formation of troops and of every single section of it were regulated by the standards different signals, all the movements, attacks, and commands of the Roman army were expressed by phrases that were relayed to the standard bearer to signal the formation. The standard bearer had a large role in battle, having to know the signals and commands. Referre means to retreat, convertere to about face, castris vellere, to leave of exit…

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    and origin!Quite unlike her uncle and aunt ,who seem completely suited to romanization. Certainly, a more interesting depiction of this theme is Marcus himself, for this book represents the transition of his beliefs and accommodation whilst he goes from being an intrepid Roman warrior to a serene British farmer.He ends up quite like Uncle Aquila;after his quest in the north ,Marcus grows fond of Britain and remains there with Cottia and Cub. Feeling at home is a recollection of a variety of…

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    experiments, and the aftermath of the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Images of Japanese fallout victims caused the atomic bomb to go from “celebrated weapon of victory to harbinger of global doom in just a few short years” (Phillips, pg. 44). As a result of Cold War fears, movies about monsters and mutants grew in popularity. (Aquila, pg. 132). Cold War America held a common belief that the United States must always be alert to defend against the spread of Communism. This belief is…

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