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Which countries still use gallons?
USA, Belize, Haiti, & Jamaica
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Antigua and Barbuda, Belize, Burma, Grenada, Guyana, Sierra Leone and the United Arab Emirates. It is no longer legal in the UK but is used colloquially.
It depends on whether you mean pounds weight, or pounds money. The pound weight (abbreviation 'lbs.') is only used in the USA. every other country which formerly used the po…und weight now uses the metric system. The pound is a unit of currency (symbol '£') in the United kingdom (code: GBP), Egypt (EGP), Lebanon (LBP), South Sudan (SSP), Sudan (SDG) and Syria (SYP).
Afghanistan all it takes is a Google search why waste your time on here
In school, I've learned that in Sparta, they use barter today.
country's that still use capitalism today are Italy Spain and Greece.
No. It is now called the Democratic Republic of the Congo. But some people still use zaire.
not enough, they are still fat bastards :(
they speak French Not true. Switzerland has the Swiss franc, and in Switzerland they speak German, French and Italian. But, in German it is spelled "Frank", in French it is s…pelled "franc".
there are still 3 states in america that use it as thier main form of execution. Georgia, Alabama, and Nebraska last edited 21st June 2012
- Burma - Chechnya, a disputed territory controlled by Russia - Cuba - Libya - North Korea- Somalia - Sudan - Tibet, a disputed territory controlled by China - T…urkmenistan - Uzbekistan
The United States used some methods that have been called torture tactics at Guantanamo Bay to gain "vital info" from terrorists after the 9/11 attacks and continuing pursuit …of other terrorists planning to harm the US or US assets and its citizens at home or abroad. However, none of the tactics resulted in death or significant physical harm. Most of the time, the tactics were psychological in nature, with the premise that the worst torture imaginable is simply the fear of dying or the fear of what might come next. So captors might use sleep deprivation, food deprivation, restricted mobility / movement, changed lighting (total darkness or total bright light for hours or days on end), and verbal threat or intimidation of what might happen if the prisoner does not give the desired information. The goal of "torture" at Guantanamo was not to kill the prisoner, but to solicit information by convincing the prisoner that they would do better for themselves to give up the information rather than to endure more unpleasant psychological torture. But, the countries which have harbored terrorists, like Iraq, Afghanistan, and Pakistan, regularly use measures and tactics which can be called torture. Many non-democratic governments run by sole leadership within a "family", corrupt governments, or by sects attempting to over throw a violent leadership also use torture. Often, torture does not end until the victim dies. In these countries, the leadership often controls citizens by exacting death as the "price" for committing any act deemed unlawful, even if the laws restrict or eliminate basic civil rights. For example, beheading in some countries IS the torture -- it is an ever-constant threat during daily life. Vietnam used torture on US Servicemen captured and held as POWs. Some argue that many Asian countries with closed governments torture their citizens.
Yes, that search site is not obsolete. In fact, you can access it right now. I just tried going to the site and I am in the United States of America. It works just fine.
The Euro is used in Ireland, Portugal, Spain, Andorra, France, Monaco, Italy, San Marino, Vatican City, Malta, Cyprus, Greece, Slovenia, Luxembourg, Belgium, the Netherlands, …Finland, Germany, Austria, and Estonia.
The customary system of weights and measures is now customary in a grand total of 3 countries: Liberia, Myanmar, and the US of A.
shifting cultivation is no longer used, they now eat poo.
First created in the late 19th century, the original rickshaw is now referred to as a 'pulled-cart', which generally held two people and would have been pulled by one man. Thi…s type of rickshaw tends not be used anymore, except for in Calcutta. There are now other forms of rickshaw that are more commonly used, such as the cycle rickshaw which is used throughout most European countries, as well as most Asian countries.