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The Sahara is the largest hot desert in the world. It covers the northern portion of the continent of Africa.
The war in the deserts of Egypt & Libya were important for two reasons. Firstly, Britain stood alone and desparately needed to safeguard the Suez Canal which was her short-cut to the East. Secondly, as far as Britain was concerned, it was the only game in town. France had fallen, Britain had …
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Montgomery, Sir Bernard Law. First Viscount Montgomery of Alamein 1887�1976. British army officer who during World War II commanded the British victories over German forces in North Africa (1942) and the Allied advance through Normandy (1944). (Answers.com) Note Initially the British Commander-in-…
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THE ANSWER!! Henry Ford created the quadricycle in the early 1900s and also made the Model T. Many Americans owned the new Model T because he made it affordable, and was very good at handling rough roads. He is also known for inventing the assembly line to suppy more cars at a faster speed.Also, th…
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Look at the map and you'll see why, it covers a large area. That's why you have Mediterranean North Africa, the Sahara and sub-Saharan Africa. Basically, its existence confined ancient empires to the Mediterranean coast, and in general limited contact between the Mediterranean world and the African…
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Answer It is the world's largest hot desert. It is also located in North Africa.
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Answer from bottnerl@orange.frit's certainly the spy seal of the water pump that is to change or the turbine axle that is marked by the spy. one side is in the gear box the other side is in the water. an other possibility is the hole detween the two crankhouses that is used to feed water pump. y ho…
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The Sahara Desert is a hot, dry area covering most of North Africa. Because there is practically no rainfall, few plants can grow there and those that do are specialized for arid conditions. In some parts there are no plants at all. Occasional wet areas fed by underground springs support oases, whe…
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This is impossible to fully answer. Password hashes are "salted" in Linux. This means, among other things, that the stored value for the same password can vary significantly.
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no chickens can not fly but they can get a little air when they run and then jump =) nono chickens cannot fly unless you mean in a crate in an airplane so in that case i would say maybe but otherwise they might try but not really they shuld plop 2 the ground otherwise
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Man can influenced desert climate by activities such as afforestation. Man can also influence it by activities such as irrigation and deforestation.
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3418 miles
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9,400,000 square kilometres (3,600,000 sq mi)
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The African continent south of the Sahara Desert is hot and dry. Many countries are in the middle of serious droughts and famine. Any rivers at all are very important for growing crops to feed the people there.
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winds cause sand storms which the people around it have to deal with but the thing that affects the Sahara region climate the most is the lack of rain.
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It was very cold and covered with snow. the temperatures can get to -50F degrees, they need furs to stay warm and not freeze to death. they lived in very harsh conditions.Is it possible if you go back about 7,000 years, that the poles could possibly have been at different points allowing a much warm…
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The largest hot desert in the world, and the largest African desert, is the Sahara. It has an area of around 9,000,000 square kilometres (3,500,000 sq mi). The largest desert in the world is Antarctica.It is the Sahara Desert
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The Gobi is a cold desert with snow and found in Mongolia and is smaller then the Shara a hot desert
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There is some dispute about how the Sahara Desert could have been formed.The first view is that a sudden climate change caused the once-fertile region of the Sahara to turn to desert. Computer simulations have indicated that, over a period of just several hundred years following an abrupt climate sh…
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You have to know how deep you want to spread the stone normally when facing a block wall 1 tonne of cut stone should do about 2.6 - 3m of wall but it all on the wall its self let me know what type of wall you are building n ill try and answer more in detail
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Chickens can fly for short distances. In the wild, they roost in trees, not on the ground. Chicken farmers will "pin" their wings to keep them under manageable control. "Genetically-modified" chickens are raised for human consumption, and are not structurally the same as wild birds. Normal chickens …
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Manderin is the most used with 1151 million speakers next is English with 1000 million speaks world wide.
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The Sahara covers the northern section of Africa, and spreads over almost all of the "top" of the continent. It is the largest hot desert in the world, as well as the second largest desert on earth after Antarctica. The Sahara covers all or part of Algeria, Chad, Egypt, Libya, Mali, Mauritania, Moro…
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the most poisonous scorpion is death-stalker scorpion the name says it all
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The earliest known first use of Carbon is 3750 BC. by the Egyptians and Sumerians but the first true chemical analyses was in 1789 by Antoine Lavoisier as an element.
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The continent of Africa. The Sahara Desert covers 9.4 million square kilometers throughout countries like Algeria, Chad, Egypt, Libya, Mali, Mauritania, Morocco, Niger, Western Sahara, Sudan, and Tunisia.
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The Sahara Desert is located northern Africa. It extends from the Mauritania on the west coast of Africa to Egypt in the east, and from the Mediterranean coast (approximately 32 degrees North Latitude) in the north to roughly 14 degrees North Latitude. It is about 9,400,000 square kilometres in …
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The Judean Desert.
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the topographies of the Sahara r climate changes such as dry desert and rainy
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Way too many of'em!
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The Antarctic continent. although it's formed from ice, rather than sand - it's still a desert.
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the Sahara Desert covers 12 countries in Africa.
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the Sahara Desert is located in Africa and runs through 11 other countries. Including -Algeria -Chad -Egypt -Libya -Mali -Mauritania -Morocco -Niger -W. Sahara -Sudan -Tunisa In other words, the Sahara covers nearly all of northern Africa.
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PEOPLE ARE LIVING BECAUSE AS IT SAYS IN GENISIS GOD BREATHED THE BREATH OF LIFE INTO ADAM.. GOD WANTS US TO LIVE. AND TO TRUELY LIVE YOU MUST TRUST IN JESUS CHRIST : THAT HE DIED ON THE CROSS FOR YOUR SINS, AND HE AROSE FROM THE DEAD THREE DAYS LATER , ASENDED TO HEAVEN PLACED HIS PERFECT BLOOD ON T…
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Plants that can survive with little or even no water for a long time and rely mostly on sunlight for energy. Cacti store collected rain water inside their hollow bodies until they need it.
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The most commony used elements would be precious metals such as gold and silver. Copper, steel, uranium and fluorine are also commonly used.
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For use of liquid coming out of da area
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It was named in 1815, two years after the Blue Mountains were crossed, but became a town in 1833, and experienced the goldrushes in the 1850s.
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The Sahara has its own climate(s), it gives way, from deserts, to grasslands, & to jungles. (Idk that's what I got)... Good luck.
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The Sahara Desert is hot and arid (dry). The temperature is around 50oC (122oF) in the daytime - it's one of the hottest places on earth. At night it can become very cold - most of the animals living in the Sahara are nocturnal, preferring to come out of their burrows to feed when it is cooler. Some…
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Sand.
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Water is a basic element when it comes to life and its presence in the desert makes life thrive. Too much water in the desert may result in soil erosion.
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The Sahara lies in these countries: Algeria, Chad, Egypt, Eritrea, Libya, Mali, Mauritania, Morocco, Niger, Sudan, Tunisia, Western Sahara
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1. Sand - value depends on quality and grain size 2. Tourist appeal 3. Oil, gas & water depending on the underground resources 4. Life skills & technologies from flora & fauna that survive in the deserts.5. Two food products come from the "Prickley Pear" cactus. 1. The large egg shap…
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The people that live there are nomads, nomads are people that move place to place looking for food, water, and land for his/her stock of animals.
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A variety of animal species live in the Sahara Desert, where in its dry interior, or along the edges. There are some 70 species of mammals and at least 90 species of birds, while another 300 species of migratory birds are found in the Sahara. There are also numerous reptiles, amphibians and a range …
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well duuuh, where ever you think they grow!
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There were steamships, canals, and the beginning of a few railroads, also covered wagons, horse and carriage/buggies. Canoes, riverboats, horses, by foot, Clippers (ocean transportation), pack mules, The Civil War saw the beginnings of the Submarine, Hot Air balloon.
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Around 3,500,000 square miles.
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Jamestown was originally a economic venture and was the first permanent English settlement by The Virginia Company Of London but was discovered onMay 14,1607.
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The Sahara Desert is a hot, sandy desert. Antarctica is a continent with a large desert covering much of it's surface. It is of course cold and much of it consists of the East Antarctic Ice Sheet, although the dry valleys in the trans-antarctic mountains are not ice covered, and have sand dunes like…
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There is no answer get one fast, please
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No, there are not any cities in the Sahara Desert. The Sahara is a very hot and desolate place that can not sustain a city life.
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The Sahara Desert is the largest desert that is subtropical. It covers the majority of northern Africa and is home to rare plants and animals.
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The Sahara climate is subtropical, hot desert at north and tropical, hot desert in the south part. The subtropical, hot desert climate is characterized by long, extremely hot summers and short, hot winters with a very high sunshine duration throughout the year, extremely low rate of yearly precipita…
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The Sahel is a particularly drought-prone area, and this increases the process of desertification, meaning the way a desert grows. Between 1968 and 1973, Africa was hit by a particularly bad drought which made the already vulnerable Sahel prone to desertification. Human activities also caused erosio…
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The Sahara desert is renowned for its majestic sand dunes. The whole desert is made of a deep yellow-brown sand. Each grain is fine and purely sand. There is the occasional water hole or oasis, some habitation, reptiles such as snakes and lizards. There are many shrivelled and malnourished trees and…
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the average rainfall is 3 inches I had to use his for my science project so I hope that I helped you out.
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The Sahara covers all or parts of Algeria, Chad, Egypt, Eritrea, Libya, Mali, Mauritania, Morocco, Niger, Sudan, Tunisia and Western Sahara.
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The ancient Egyptians held the scarab beetle in reverence because the insect's newborn seemed to appear spontaneously, as if by magic. (In fact, newborn hatched from a ball of animal dung, where the female beetle had laid her eggs.)
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Forms of food are available everywhere. Deserts are not empty for the most part. Insects, animals and plants can be found. There are other options though such as some cactus are edible and many nomads cook and kill live goats for an evening meal. if this is not available they may eat fruit and crops…
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The basics of it is that sunflower seeds get dropped all the time but usually land on hard ground and never make it under the soil. By highways and dirt roads and the edge of planted crop fields the soil gets turned over quite often, therefore putting the seed in the ground.
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Answer the average is about 25mm.
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It was a natural barrier for the people.
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the river was able to wear away the softer rock and produce a large step in the landscape
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The Atlantic Ocean is getting bigger and the Pacific Ocean is getting smaller. This is caused by the continental drift. The continental drift is the movement of the continents. Since the continents move 1 centimeter per year the crack in the middle of Atlantic is the mid ocean ridge. Magma is bubbli…
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in general, brittle bushes in the desert have deep roots to absorb as much water as possible (or is that cacti?) anyway, they have tightly curled leaves that reduce moisture loss. Leaf pubescence (leaf hairs) grow on brittle brush. These leaf hairs reduce the amount of light the plant is able to a…
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There are a number of resources found in the Sahara Desert. These include water underground, minerals, oil, as well as gas.
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Some geographical features of the Sahara are sand dunes, dry valleys, salt flats, and several mountain ranges, some of which are volcanic.
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Towns and cities are never discovered. They are founded on sites which are discovered or surveyed.The founding of Bathurst came about as a result of the discovery of William Lawson, Gregory Blaxland and William Wentworth of a traversable route over the Blue Mountains.George Evans, Deputy Surveyor-Ge…
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The Sahara Desert is expanding because of desertification; the process of earth/land turning into desert due to the loss of moisture in the soil and loss of vegetation. Also it may be caused by human activity and an increase in the human population in one area.
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Yes it is
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Niger is located in Western Africa and has a total area 489,678 square miles. The Sahara Desert covers about 80 percent of this country's total area.
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A conflict between the government
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There are 3 main religions of Africa: Islam, Christian and Traditional. However, Traditional is mostly in the south; Islam and Christianity are the main Saharan religions. boom boom pow
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Approximate latitude of the Sahara Desert: 29°26'1"N Approximate longitude of the Sahara Desert: 7°19'34"E
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Well that is a tough question, you may be reffering to the mechanical triceratops on sale in toys 'r' us, but that seems a little off-topic. I will answer your question relative to the board game/ movie; they have infinite microscopic engines beneath every feather. Also, excretion helps to keep 'em …
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The proper name is simply Sahara. The word means desert in Arabic so there is no need to call it the Sahara Desert which would translate to Desert Desert. The Sahara Desert is known as the Sahara Desert.
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3.3 million square miles or around 25% of africa.
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it's gonna take more then 5o days to walk the Sahara desert.
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Well because it is so big it was probable easy to discover
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1. Antarctica - not including the coastal regions - about 14 million sq km 2. Sahara - 9.65 million sq km 3. Arabian - 2.59 million sq km 4. Great Western - (All of the Western Australian deserts) - 1.35 million sq km 5. Gobi - 1.3 million sq km 6. Patagonia - 673,000 sq km 7. Kalahari - 569,0…
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they live in tents
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Because if Egypt didn't exist, then there wouldn't have been Ancient Egyptians!
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Cataln is the second most used language in Spain.
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The distance between the Sahara Desert and the United States is about 6400 kilometers, or about 3978 miles. Specifically, that is the distance from Miami, Florida to Nouadhibou, Mauritania.
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The usual format for remote alarm reporting is the DTMF system. This is the Dual Tone Multi-Frequency system. Alarm reporting formats differ depending on the monitoring station, but the most common are Contact ID & SIA.
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Man evolved in or very near to the Sahara so that desert has always been a part of human life and lore. We are talking millions of years.
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one of the answers is a fox.Answer A fish!...sorry, I just couldn't pass that one up....Ok, how about these ones. The prarie dog, the kangaroo rat. How about the endangered species of plants in the pararies? Hope tha helps, sorry about the fish joke lol (I'm still laughing though)
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The Sahara Desert in northern Africa is the largest hot desert in the world at 9.65 million sq km. The Gobi Desert in China and Mongolia is the 3rd largest hot desert in the world at 1.3 million sq km.
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The coffee growers of Colombia. Colombia lies across the equator in northern South America, from about 12° N down to 4° S latitude. Almost all of the Sahara is north of the Tropic of Cancer, from 23.5° N up to 33° N latitude in Africa.
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I would change the question slightly and rather refer to "each continent" It has to do with sea currents, You will find cold currents along these continents where deserts are located.
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