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Maps and Directions
If you are in Dallas Taxas do you go North or South to reach the Equator?
Asked in Jobs, Resume Writing
What were the rankings of class order and family referred to as?
Asked in Texas, Driving Times, Tampa
How long does it takes to drive from Amarillo taxas to olando Florida?
Asked in Postage and Shipping, California, Virginia
How many days does take regular mail from taxas to Tennessee?
Asked in Texas Rangers
How the Texas Rangers baseball team got their name?
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Pacific yew taxus brevifolia is used as a medicene for?
Asked in Child Support
Can you use child support as the only income when filing taxas even tho you dont work?
Asked in World War 1, War and Military History
Which was a major reason that archduke franz Ferdinand was assassinated in 1918?
Asked in Taxonomy
What are the seven taxas?
Asked in British Parliament
Why did the colonists think it was unfair for the British Parliament to tax the people in America but not the people in England?
Think about it for a moment, the colonies were poor and could not afford the massive amount of taxas on imported goods from anywhere but britin. all the taxas that were made was to help pay for the french and Indian war which the colonists were not apart of, and they had to help pay for the war + all the taxas. now if you have to pay for a 30$ cup of coffe and a british citizen only paid 2$ would you be mad? It was quite reasonable for the British Empire to expect the colonies to pay for the French and Indian War. A lot of the colonists' resentment was due to lack of representation in Parliament ('taxation without representation is tyranny'), coupled with the Empire's insistence on controlling all trade into and out of the colonies, so as to maximize revenue. There was also a growing feeling among the colonists that they weren't really British anymore - a lot of them had been born in the colonies, or had left the UK due to religious and/or political differences, and felt no particular attachment to the Empire.
Asked in American Revolution
Why did hamilton want national taxas why did some oppose the taxes?
Hamilton wanted national taxes because he wanted to supply the government with additional funds to make interest payments on national debt. Some wanted yo oppose the taxes because they believed Hamilton's plan would make speculators rich, and "establish at the expense of national justice, gratitude, and humanity."
Asked in Barack Obama
What will Barack Obama do to help our economy?
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Asked in Texas
What are facts about Texas?
1) Texas' capital is Austin 2) Texas is also known as The Lone Star State 3) The only natural lake in Texas is Caddo Lake 4) Texas' official state mammal is the armadillo The Alamo is located in San Antonio. It is where Texas defenders fell to Mexican General Santa Anna and the phrase Remember the Alamo originated. The Alamo is considered the cradle of Texas liberty and the state's most popular historic site. The lightning whelk is the official state shell. Texas is the only state to have the flags of 6 different nations fly over it. They are: Spain, France, Mexico, Republic of Texas, Confederate States, and the United States. Although six flags have flown over Texas, there have been eight changes of government: Spanish 1519-1685, French 1685-1690, Spanish 1690-1821, Mexican 1821-1836, Republic of Texas 1836-1845, United States 1845-1861, Confederate States 1861-1865, United States 1865-present. The King Ranch in Texas is bigger than the state of Rhode Island. During the period of July 24-26, 1979, the Tropical Storm Claudette brought 45 inches of rain to an area near Alvin, Texas, contributing to more than $600 million in damages. Claudette produced the United States 24 hour rainfall record of 43 inches. More wool comes from the state of Texas than any other state in the United States. Edwards Plateau in west central Texas is the top sheep growing area in the country. Texas is the only state to enter the United States by treaty instead of territorial annexation. The state was an independent nation from 1836 to 1845. Texas boasts the nation's largest herd of whitetail deer. A coastal live oak located near Fulton is the oldest tree in the state. The tree has an estimated age of more than 1,500 years. Sam Houston, arguably the most famous Texan, was actually born in Virginia. Houston served as governor of Tennessee before coming to Texas. Caddo Lake is the only natural lake in the state. When Texas was annexed in 1845 it retained the right to fly its flag at the same height as the national flag. The first offensive action of the Texas Revolution occurred in Goliad on October 9, 1835 when local colonists captured the fort and town. On December 20, 1835 the first Declaration of Texas Independence was signed in Goliad and the first flag of Texas Independence was hoisted. The Hertzberg Circus Museum in San Antonio contains one of the largest assortments of circusana in the world. The capital city of Austin is located on the Colorado River in south-central Texas. The capitol building is made from Texas pink granite. It served as the capital of the Republic of Texas in 1840-1842. Austin is considered the live music capital of the world. Texas is home to Dell and Compaq computers and central Texas is often referred to as the Silicon Valley of the south. Professional sports teams include the Dallas Cowboys, Dallas Mavericks, Dallas Stars, Houston Astros, Houston Comets, Houston Rockets, San Antonio Spurs, and Texas Rangers. Dr. Pepper was invented in Waco in 1885. The Dublin Dr Pepper, 85 miles west of Waco, still uses pure imperial cane sugar in its product. There is no period after the Dr in Dr Pepper. The first suspension bridge in the United States was the Waco Bridge. Built in 1870 and still in use today as a pedestrian crossing of the Brazos River. In 1836 five sites served as temporary capitals of Texas: Washington-on-the-Brazos: Harrisburg: Galveston: Velasco: and Columbia. Sam Houston moved the capital to Houston in 1837. In 1839 the capital was moved to the new town of Austin. The capitol in Austin opened May 16, 1888. The dome of the building stands seven feet higher than that of the nation's Capitol in Washington, D.C. Texas comes from the Hasinai Indian word tejas meaning friends or allies. The armadillo is the official state mammal. Texas has the first domed stadium in the country. The structure was built in Houston and opened in April 1965. The Houston Comets are the only team in the country to win four back-to-back WNBA championships. 1997-2000 Cynthia Cooper remains the only player to win the WNBA Championship MVP. The worst natural disaster in United States history was caused by a hurricane that hit Galveston in 1900. Over 8000 deaths were recorded. The first word spoken from the moon on July 20, 1969 was Houston. Texas' largest county is Brewster with 6,208 square miles. Texas possesses three of the top ten most populous cities in the United States. These towns are Houston, Dallas, and San Antonio. El Paso is closer to Needles, California than it is to Dallas. Texas includes 267,339 square miles, or 7.4% of the nation's total area. The state's cattle population is estimated to be near 16 million. More land is farmed in Texas than in any other state. More species of bats live in Texas than in any other part of the United States. Laredo is the world's largest inland port. Port Lavaca has the world's longest fishing pier. Originally part of the causeway connecting the two sides of Lavaca Bay, the center span of was destroyed by Hurricane Carla in 1961. The Tyler Municipal Rose Garden is the world's largest rose garden. It contains 38,000 rose bushes representing 500 varieties of roses set in a 22-acre garden. Amarillo has the world's largest helium well. The world's first rodeo was held in Pecos on July 4, 1883. The Flagship Hotel on Seawall Boulevard in Galveston is the only hotel in North America built entirely over the water. The Heisman trophy is named for John William Heisman the first full-time coach and athletic director at Rice University in Houston. Brazoria County has more species of birds than any other comparable area in North America. The Aransas Wildlife Refuge is the winter home of North America's only remaining flock of whooping cranes. Jalapeno pepper jelly originated in Lake Jackson and was first marketed in 1978. Texas used to be its own star shaped country. 1.taxas is known as the lone star state 2.it is the second biggest state 3.in the 19thcentry belonged to the usa and Mexico
Asked in Perguntas em Portugues
O qua o Brasil compra da Italia?
Eu acredito que o comércio internacional de um modo geral não seja fixado nos mesmos produtos o tempo todo. Varia de acordo com as taxas de câmbio, e com outros fatôres de interêsse mútuo entre dois paises. O Brasil pode estar comprando produtos eletrônicos de um certo tipo da Itália, e de repente a Finlândia acena com preços melhores para o mesmo tipo de produto. Algo assim, ou seja, deve variar bastante o que um país compra de outro. Alguns produtos, como por exemplo, OS vinhos, devem fazer parte de um comércio inalterado, assim como a Itália deve comprar frutas brasileiras quase sempre, mas outros produtos devem variar ao sabor das conveniências comerciais de um cérto momento.