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    INTRODUCTION Etymology and Definition The term caliph brings many definition especially when analysed in the light of the world's history. According to Apple dictionary, the word 'caliph' is originated from late Middle English which stems from Old French 'caliphe', from Arabic kalīfa which means 'deputy of god' from the title kalīfat Allah or meaning 'successor of Muhammad’ from the title kalifat rasul Allah or of the Messenger of God from kalafa which is 'succeed'. However it is interesting…

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    Nomads of the Asian Steppe: The steppe is a vast piece dry grassland- the western one runs from Central Asia to Eastern Europe and the eastern one covers Mongolia. Nomadic people roamed the steppes herding their animals. Clans of nomads often interacted with settle societies through trade; however, sometimes weak settlements were raided by strong nomadic clans. • Pastoralists: pastoralists were nomads who herded domesticated animals and were constantly on the move in search of pasture for their…

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    Mary Cate Sliman English II- Period 5 Mrs. Trahan 9 November 2016 Christianity vs. Islam Although most people believe that Christianity and Islam are radically different, these religions actually have more in common than most people know. This paper will discuss both religions, their beliefs, their similarities and their differences. Before Christians were called “Christians” they were known as followers of “the Way,” which applied to people who believed Jesus was the Son of God (Litfin 2).…

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    Algae Case Study

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    3.4 Case Studies 3.4.1 Biofuel from GM Macro algae Hydrocarbon biofuels are produced by genetically modified seaweed which are obtained by inserting genes from high hydrocarbon producing micro algae into high growth seaweed species. Botryococcus braunii (BB) a green micro algae that produces large amounts of aliphatic hydrocarbon molecules is used as a source for genetic material. The genes that produce hydrocarbon in BB are identified, removed, cloned and subsequently inserted into high…

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    The Holy Quran Essay

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    The Holy Quran is a compilation of the verbal revelations given to the HolyProphet Muhammad (saw) over a period of twenty three years. The Holy Quran is the Holy Book or the Scriptures of the Muslims. It lays down for them the law and commandments, codes for their social and moral behaviour, and contains a comprehensive religious philosophy. The language of the Quran is Arabic. Besides its proper name, the Quran is also known by the following names:alKitabThe Book;alFurqan (The Discrimination):…

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    eight years of fighting the Iranian war” showing the intensity of destruction and determination to end the war. As the Iraqi troops/army were heavily attacked, the remaining troops were starting to escape into Iraq as it became known as the Battle of Medina Ridge. As the US forces caught up with the remaining Iraqi regime, tank battles would start. The ending result would leave the US having four tank destroyed while Iraq having lost 186 tanks destroyed with capturing the rest of the Iraqi…

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    1) The early republic’s social division, which used to determine the shape of politic, and the great power of the senate has led to the demise of the Roman Republic. The people of the Roman Republic were divided according to the social status, most of the political power was in the hand of the Patricians, who were the members of certain elite families. The divided social status has given the most of power directly to the patrician men, who had dominated the Roman republic on both political and…

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    lacked an important feature that all leaders should process, to do the right thing and not worry of any potential overwhelming opposition from any one including your men. However he should the exact opposite behavior than what I believe was needed. Medina after figuring out, along with his men, that there would be an investigation into what happened in the village he begins to question Bernhadt, one of the only ones who publicly opposed what they were doing and begins to harass him. Instead of…

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    Middle Eastern Women

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    It is without doubt that in books the portrayal of women reflects her status and role in her current society. Thus, the way women and men are portrayed in books can defy or affirm the way they are portrayed in their respective societies. Often, women of certain cultures can be painted in a positive or negative light. More specifically, in American literature, Middle Eastern women tend to be portrayed as submissive or subservient. The basis of the connotation stands from the misunderstanding of…

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    Geo Group Research Paper

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    The Geo Group Jose A. Medina Professor Cassandra Garrett Monroe College of Criminal Justice Fall 2015 Abstract The research is concentrate on the GEO Group, Inc. (GEO) formally known as Wackenhut Corrections Corporations, founded by former FBI agent George R. Wackenhut. The GEO Group is a corporation that specializes in providing correctional, detention and community reentry services. For more than 30 years the GEO Group has profited billions of dollars from federal and state policies…

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