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Which group cared for wounded groups?
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Which group cared for wounded troops?
The medics and doctors and nurses of each military force, The Red Cross assisted and volunteers took care of wounded troops, Marines, sailors and airmen. This was true in both the war front and the home front. Many non-wounded soldiers etc. pitched in to help the medics. This is true today as it has been in all wars or operations. united states of sanitary commission
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What is the 'groups mode' setting in BigGyan Cloud eLearning?
Why do interest groups exist?
group exist to have a sense of belonging and to reach the same goals.Some types of groups are social group,family group,secondary group,primary group ,social catergory and others.It have formal groups and informal groups,formal groups are will organized and informal group lime on the block,like pe-pressure but fomal groups are better and you get great qualitys too.Also congergation group, tempory group do not stay together they just go to do something and for a specific reason.
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Union nurse who cared for the sick and wounded on the front lines during the Civil War?
Asked in Earth Sciences, Periodic Table
What are the most reactive groups on the periodic table?
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What is the meaning of Brownie Girl Guide or Girl Scout groups?
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How are control groups and experimental groups different?
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Are control groups and experimental groups the same thing?
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What are some properties of groups 13-16 on the periodic table?
Groups 13-16 don't have just one type of element in the group: some are metals, some are metalloids, and some are non-metals. Elements in these groups have less similarities with others in the groups as in others. These elements are less reactive than those in groups 1-12, because they have a greater number of valence electrons. Group 13 is the Boron Group; Group 14, the Carbon Group; Group 15, the Nitrogen Group; Group 16, the Oxygen Group.