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    Seleka Geos

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    The Central African Republic’s environment consists of two major weather patterns that occur yearly. From the month 's March to October sometimes November, The CAR is receiving its annual rainfall. The maximum amount of precipitation reaches approximate 71 inches, which take place in the upper Ubangi region. Within the Karre Mountains, rainfall averages drop slightly to 59 inches in the southwestern regions of the country monsoons are common weather. These weather patterns are created by the moist savanna climate which prevails in the north and to the south is the equatorial forest. During this wet season, temperatures are between 66 and 86 degrees Fahrenheit. http://www.britannica.com/place/Central-African-Republic. From the months of October…

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    of blue packet). Surely, children do not want to be suicide bombers going around countries to blow things up. They just want to be back with their families, living the lives that they used to live. Some people may argue that child soldiers should be prosecuted for the crimes that they’ve committed and that point is very understandable, although I strongly believe that child soldiers have no choice to escape the trap they they’re inside. Therefore, it should be taken that they did not commit any…

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    Uganda

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    amounts to about 12% of GDP, which is way below the sub-Saharan African average of 18-20%, Mwenda (2006). Uganda’s ministry of finance claimed that failure to collect expected taxes is due to the administrative weaknesses. Uganda’s tax shortfall lies in the fact that the rich and the politically well connected do not pay tax. This undermines equality which is a critical element in the democratization process. Uganda has also become infamous for its outrageous military budgets. In 2005, the…

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    African Music Ethnography

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    For my ethnography project I will be doing the study of African music. This tradition and culture started around the 15th century. Miriam Makeba is a popular artist of African traditional music. He played folk, pop rock and jazz. I picked this topic because their religions, feelings and rituals. This stuck out too me in so many different ways. Another reason why I picked this topic was because of the interesting instruments they play. This music is some of the oldest extant music traditions in…

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    Imagine a family walking through a field in Central Africa when suddenly attacked by armed soldiers. The soldiers force the children to kill their parents during their abduction. This is a frequent occurrence in Africa where the Lord’s Resistance Army is lurking. Child abductions are a huge problem in Central Africa because after being abducted girls are often forced to marry commanders and there are few reception centers available for care after being saved. The Lord’s Resistance Army is still…

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    depict strife gainful stones as "...diamonds that start from zones controlled by qualities or get-togethers disavowed to great 'ol designed and all around watching governments, and are used to store military progress paying little respect to those affiliations, or in an invalidation of the decisions of the Security Council." At the condition of the customary war in Sierra Leone, it is watched out for that question jewels tended to around four percent of the world 's pearl creation. By the…

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    can be indoctrinated into following any orders they are given is the reason that they are so appealing to dictators, warlords, and generals. The naive nature of children is what makes them “ a product in demand” and is a main contributor to the use of child soldiers. Throughout the world today, there are campaigns which have been created with the sole purpose of ending the use of child soldiers. These organizations have been recruiting thousands of people to their cause through widespread…

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    The Central Park Five, when the media is reporting the park jogger case with two completely different tones, it failed to comply a basic moral principle: to be objective on any cases. Extreme descriptions such as “wilding” and “wolf pack” exaggerate the negative image of these teenagers, even though who are actually innocent in this case. The media is trying to plant prejudices in the public’s mind, to make decisions for them to treat the five teenager suspects as pure evil and abominable…

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    before. In the meanwhile, CE central team can set up a time together with ICS team to install Office 365 on the team member’s computer. The team members are allowed to keep on working with the traditional ways for a certain time of period, but they should cooperate with the leads transferring, editing and working on Office 365. Step5 Enable action by removing barriers After the introduction of Office 365, there may be more or less some barriers stopping the effectiveness of the change process.…

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    Colonization Of Costa Rica

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    Costa Rica is democratic country located in Central America, situated between both the Caribbean Sea and the North Pacific Ocean, amongst Nicaragua and Panama. Costa Rica is a predominately-Spanish speaking Catholic country. Almost 90 percent of the population is white or mestizo (a person of combined European and Amerindian descent) with the remainder of the population being indigenous and of African descent. Costa Rica, initially reconnoitered by the Spanish around the sixteenth century…

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