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In Israel

Why does Israel occupy the Golan Heights?

The Golan Heights are an area of high ground. West of the Golan Heights is a somewhat lower area that has been part of Israel since at least 1948. In that area are farms ope (MORE)

What is the definition of occupy?

  tr.v., -pied, -py·ing, -pies.   # To fill up (time or space): a lecture that occupied three hours.  # To dwell or reside in.  # To hold or fill (an office or posi (MORE)
In Science

How air occupies space?

Air is a combination of many gases, all of which are matter. The definition of matter is anything that has mass and takes up space. The obvious example is blowing up a balloon (MORE)

Was Finland occupied?

  No, Finland was never occupied after it became independent in 1917. The Soviet Union tried to occupy Finland two times: Winter War in 1939-1940 and Continuation War in 1 (MORE)
In Finland

Is Finland occupied?

No, Finland is an indipendent state, member of EU and UN. it was occupied yes it was occupied because the Germans took it over mines is right because my teacher said
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Stocks 101: Learn Stock Market Basics

The stock market is one of the more intimidating subjects in all of personal finance. You may want to get into the stock market, but are hesitant because you don't understand (MORE)

Is Denmark occupied?

Yes, Denmark was occupied by the Nazis from April 9, 1940 until  Germany's surrender at the end of the war. Of note was Denmark's  ability to rescue almost every one of its (MORE)

How long did the Muslims occupy Spain?

Islam had control of Spain, all or in part, from 711 to 1492.  Muslim influence was finally removed from the nation under the rule  of King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella.
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In Uncategorized

Does liquid occupies space?

Yes it does... Like when u pour a cup of water into a jar it would occupy the space in it =3
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In Grammar

Is occupy a noun?

No, the word 'occupy' is a verb (occupy, occupies,  occupying, occupied).   The verb to occupy means to reside or have one's place of business  in a place; to fill a spa (MORE)