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Number of words: 417 - Number of pages: 2

.... must then be approved a second time by the Senate. The only exception to this is the Queensland Government, which has only a House of Representatives. Local governments are stationed in centre of the town or city that they provide to. State governments are run from the state capitals, while the Federal Government sits in Canberra, in the Australian Capital Territory. There are six states, and two major territories in Australia. The states are: Queensland, New South Wales, Victoria, Tasmania, South Australia and Western Australia. The two territories .....

Cuba's Tourism
Number of words: 736 - Number of pages: 3

.... not been able to estimate the number of American visitors to Cuba, because it is difficult to tell do to unauthorized travel. Americans travel to the island through third countries like Jamaica to visit place like Varadero, Cuba's premier tourist beach area. Like the other Caribbean islands Cuba as beautiful beaches that attract people who "worship" the sun. Many Americans also may be found at the legendary Tropicana outdoor nightclub where chorus girls dance to Cuban rhythms. Curiosity is another reason people visit, they want to actually see what Cuba is .....

Number of words: 1181 - Number of pages: 5

.... (The Europa World Year Book 2460). Despite the PPP's success in the 1993 election they still faced uncertainty. They lack not only a parliamentary majority but unity within their own ranks. One of the biggest problems was a bitter family feud between Benazir Bhutto and her mother, Begum and brother, Murtaza. Murtaza had returned from exile to claim a seat in the Sind provincial assembly, but was immediately arrested for alleged terrorist activity. In late December 1993, Benazir removed her mother as PPP co-chair after she had endorsed Murtaza .....

Chicago: A City Of The Senses
Number of words: 650 - Number of pages: 3

.... continuously, convinced they would never reach their destinations on time. On the elevated train, faces contorted in distress and I heard laughter and loud sighing. The flash of an Indian woman's purple sari caught Holzman 2 my eye. The different facial expressions, personalities, and wardrobes present added sparkle to the otherwise dull and uninteresting dimension of public transportation. While watching these different characters, I was drawn to the highest floor of the Sears Tower, where lights illuminated the sky and blended artfull .....

Number of words: 1384 - Number of pages: 6

.... with imports representing an unusually large percentage of the national market. Despite outstanding long-term market potential, continues to be an extremely difficult country in which to do business. The n Federation continues to pursue a program of dramatic economic, political and social transformation. Despite President Yeltsin’s successful re-election campaign, continued economic reform remains subject to the influence of the communist controlled State Duma (the n parliament). Even the most optimistic scenarios envision a protracted process as conti .....

Panama: Plenty Of Fish
Number of words: 998 - Number of pages: 4

.... dirt floors, and bamboo ceilings in the rural lands. The people are poor, own little furniture, sleep on wooden cots, and sometimes use boxes or tree stumps as tables or chairs. In urban areas, they live in wood or concrete houses with roofs of clay tiles or corrugated iron. They wear loose clothing for the tropical weather. They also have the Tocumen Airport, Panama Railroad, and Cristobal Port, along with three universities. COLONIZED Panama's first people were mostly the Indian groups of Guaymi, Cuna, and Choco. However, there are traces of .....

The Pyramids Of Egypt
Number of words: 991 - Number of pages: 4

.... believed that his eternal life was dependant on the continued existence of their king, a belief that made the building of the pyramid a concern of the entire kingdom. Many people would be called to duty to work on the pyramids and many would go at will. It was found that the Egyptian people actually liked working on the pyramids. Many youths would travel down the Nile to work on the pyramids so that they could see the great city of Memphis. Furniture and riches not to mention body parts of the dead king were buried with him in the pyramid, so tha .....

The Trade Development In Gotland & Great Zimbabwe
Number of words: 801 - Number of pages: 3

.... and its development for the worse. The geographical locations in both places have affected the trade development. Both places have coasts. In Gotland, which is an island, it was probably hard to create trade connections when the ships were not so developed. When the ships were more advanced, Gotland was used as a trade station_ships from the Baltic area got equipped and traded with the Gutar. Great Zimbabwe is found in the mainland but it is close to the coast. Great Zimbabwe's region contains many gold resources and it is a good agricultural zone. The location .....

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