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What were some of the characteristics of each of the 3 colonial regions?
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Asked in Wine and Champagne, France, Mississippi River
What are some characteristics of the different regions of France?
Asked in Geography
What are some geographical characteristics of colonial Virginia?
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How did New Jersey's natural regions form and what are the physical characteristics in each region?
Asked in Biology
Why colonial organisms are not considered multicellular?
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How many houses are their in each region if Fable 2?
What was the terrain of colonial Georgia?
What are some economics in the core regions?
Economists have identified regions of the world called core regions of economic development. The core regions are North America, Europe and Japan. China is not currently listed because it does not have the model as described below: The core regions have these characteristics; they have economic diversification; * The nations have a high standard of living; * They are leaders in technology;and * Productivity levels are high.
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What are the five regions of the US and what are some special features of each?
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What are some characteristics of each outer planet?
Asked in Physics, Chemistry, History of Science
What is an element that has some characteristics of a metal and some characteristics of a nonmetal?
Asked in Botany or Plant Biology, Genetics
Why do organisms that reproduce sexually change from generation to generation?
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What do the numbers in the intersection of the circular regions of 30 and 36 have in common?
What were some contributions of Colonial New York?
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Are some fuels in chemistry more efficient than others?
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What are vernacular regions?
vernacular regions, or perceptual regions are determined by people's mental images, or perceptions, of places. Although people agree about the general location of a perceptual region, not everyone agrees about their exact locations or even their exact characteristics. The "heartland of America," "the Old West," and "Dixie" are examples of perceptual regions in the United States. People have particular associations with these regions, some of which are based on facts, but many of which are based on feelings or myths.