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What is the history of an egg?

Do you really mean an egg from a bird or turtle or other creature or a Faberge egg? The natural egg came from the animals from the beginning of time. The Faberge egg was creat (MORE)

What is history about?

At its core, History is a Social Science.    History, in all of its lessons and interesting stories is fundamentally about people and human nature.    Why do peo (MORE)
In Jamaica

What is the history of Jamaica?

  queen Elizabeth ll was their sovereign (1952)   the governor-general was a man named Patrick Allen(2009)   prime minister was a man named Bruce Golding(2007)   (MORE)

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What is history?

History is the study of events which occurred before the present time. It includes who lived in past societies and how they lived. Much of history is about famous people and w (MORE)

When do you use history or histories?

History is the singular, histories is the plural. A lot of people mistakenly use the singular when it should be the plural, however. Let me give you an example: England has a (MORE)

Helpful Swimming Tips for Dogs

Swimming, for dogs, is a natural ability, and most dogs are ready to jump right in the pool with the rest of the family and dog paddle around the pool easily. Some dogs may ha (MORE)

What is the history of timber?

a man know as mr. timber, was crushed a falling tree becuase he  didnt hear his friends shout "timber". And from then on out  "timber!!!" was cried when a tree was falling a (MORE)

What is Mercurys history?

Mercury, named for the Roman gods' messenger, is the closest planet to the and the smallest in the solar system. Mercury is too much in line with the Sun to be observed agains (MORE)

What is the history of Tinolabong?

The history of the dance Tinolabong is that is originates from the  Philippines. It started from the mountain people of Panilan and  Loctugan.
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History of measurement?

"digit," "palm," "span" and "cubic" units of length slowly lost preference to the length units "inch," "foot," and "yard." Our words "inch" and "ounce" are both derived from (MORE)