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An arĂȘte is a thin ridge of rock which is formed when two glaciers erode parallel U-shaped valleys. The arĂȘte is a thin ridge of rock that is left separating the two valle…ys ArĂȘtes can also form when two glacial cirques erode head wards towards one another, although frequently this results in a saddle-shaped pass, called a col. The edge is then sharpened by freeze-thaw weathering. Where three or more cirques meet, a pyramidal peak is created. - (a famous example is the 'Matterhorn'). Form the above it must be clear that arĂȘtes are landforms found in mountainous terrains that have been subject to glaciation. They are therefore very common in the Alps. (MORE)

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In Mountains

An arĂÂȘte is typically formed when two glaciers erode parallel U-shaped valleys. The arĂÂȘte is a thin, sharp ridge of rock that is separating the two valleys.

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In Ancient Rome

No, arete was a Greek notion. Romans did however put a great deal of importance on being honorable and keeping their word (fides).

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An arĂȘte is a thin, almost knife-like, ridge of rock which is typically formed when two glaciers erode parallel U-shaped valleys, or else when two corrie glaciers erode back-…to-back. An arĂȘte is a formed as a result of erosion, though the material it is made of may be an ancient deposition (this, however, is irrelevant). (MORE)

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In Mythology

Arete is a descendant of Poseidon, who, making love to Periboea, begot Nausithous, who in turn had two sons, Rhexenor and Alcinous. Rhexenor later spawned Arete with Apollo.

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the 5s because it has better service but it dosent have diffrent colrs just silver gold and black

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In Sports

The Beatles team - thEbeAtleS The Rolling Stones team - thERStoNes Wall - floSATball Fly - flyiSgmoDE Bowling ball - bOwliSbaLl Tennis ball - teNniSbaLl Beach ball… - beSaChbAll Low gravity - loWgraSiTy Be the same player - AllSowsAme (MORE)

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The distance between the points can be calculated by using the difference in the x coordinates, the difference in the y coordinates and Pythagoras. distance = sqrt((differenc…e_in_x_coords)2 + difference_in_y_coords)2) So for the points (-1, 1) and (1, -1) the distance between them is: sqrt((-1 - 1)2 + (1 - -1)2) =sqrt(22 + 22) =sqrt(4 + 4) = sqrt(8) ~= 2.83 (MORE)

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20c + 5 = 5c + 65 Divide through by 5: 4c + 1 = c + 13 Subtract c from both sides: 3c + 1 = 13 Subtract 1 from both sides: 3c = 12 Divide both sides by 3: c = 4

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Commanders use operational art to envision how to create conditions that define the national strategic end state. Operational art is also known as the operational level of… war. (MORE)