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El Salvador
Number of words: 2513 - Number of pages: 10

.... timber grow on the hot, tropical coast of El Salvador. Some of the trees produce a very valuable sap called “balsam of Peru” (see above). The country also has mineral deposits of gold, silver, coal, copper, iron, lead, zinc, sulfur, and quicksilver. Other valuable products include sugar, cocoa, rubber, cotton, tobacco, indigo, and henequen (for making twine and bags). Most of the farms are small family holdings and are worked by crude methods. Modern farming machinery is used on the large estates. The government is trying to change the country's dependence upon .....

Lake Erie Islands
Number of words: 460 - Number of pages: 2

.... which is very fast on water. Except for my car, my boat is my most prized possession. There are many people that we associate with at our place on the bay. My father’s best friends have the camper right next to us and they come up every weekend too. They also own a boat, except it is no ordinary boat. It is a thirty-four foot Scarab III powerboat. It has two rebuilt 454 big block motors with 550 horsepower per motor. That’s 1100 horsepower in a boat, which is very extraordinary. The boat has great sound because it doesn’t have mufflers, and its exhaust m .....

Number of words: 2653 - Number of pages: 10

.... earthquakes and volcanoes. The Japanese islands have about 1500 earthquakes a year. Most of them are minor tremors that cause little damage, but severe earthqaukes occur every few years. Underseaquakes sometimes cause huge, destructive tidal waves, called tsunami, along Japan's Pacific coast. The Japanese islands have more than 150 major volcanoes. Over 60 of these volcanoes are active. Numerous short, swift rivers cross Japan's rugged surface. most of the rivers are too shallow and steep to be navigated. Their waters are used to irrigate farmland, and their rap .....

Saudi Arabia
Number of words: 1263 - Number of pages: 5

.... east as the Indian subcontinent and China. With Makkah as its core, the Islamic world witnessed a flowering of culture, the sciences and the arts unparalleled in human history. Every year for the past fourteen centuries, Muslim pilgrims from around the world have traveled to Islam's holiest sites in Makkah and Madinah, helping further enrich the culture of the people of the peninsula. With the formation of the modern Kingdom of in 1932, King Abdul Aziz Bin Abdul Rahman Al-Saud directed his efforts to preserving and perpetuating Arab traditions and culture. .....

China's Population Problem
Number of words: 1176 - Number of pages: 5

.... point six people persquare kilometer (Hsu 1). Current enforcement of Chinese laws prevents migration between provinces without proper authorization, as the citizens in the west half of China have a desire to live in a more urban life where jobs can be found easier, and the citizens in the more populous eastern half have a stronger desire to live in the more rural western China (Hsu 4). The Chinese have always had a large population (Hsu 1). Even in ancient times where the population would never fall below sixty million (Hsu 1). Later, in the eighteenth centu .....

History Of The Marshall Islands
Number of words: 1890 - Number of pages: 7

.... able to build huge walls that were probably there to enclose a city. These walls weighed many tons and were 20 ft. long, and even some walls they have found to be 40 ft. high. Archaeologists are still puzzled of what kind of machinery they had to move such large stones. The real knowledge we know about the Marshall Islands history began in the early sixteenth century. The sea going Europeans were trying to find sources of the Spice Islands that were in very large demand in Europe. English, Dutch, Spanish and Portuguese sea captains were all sailing a .....

Number of words: 769 - Number of pages: 3

.... so major that they have become a world concern. To some people, the name Kashmir could evoke tears and hatred. The British never owned Kashmir. So, when and India got their independence technically neither got Kashmir. A Hindu prince had ruled Kashmir, but Muslims mostly lived there. So, they spilt up Kashmir, but neither country was happy about it. has asked for a plebiscite, but India has opposed the vote. should probably have Kashmir since the majority is Muslim and the people there would rather be a part of . Fighting over Kashmir has lead to many .....

Number of words: 579 - Number of pages: 3

.... into two major areas, the arid north, which is sparsely populated, and the southern area, which is more agricultural and fertile with heavier population. On the western side of Mexico is Baja California, which is nearly 800 miles long and only about 100 miles wide. The central core is occupied by sky scraping mountains such as the San Pedro Matir and Sierra de Juarez mountain range. The coastal ranges include picturesque views and beaches, with famous and popular tourist sites such as Manzanillo, Ixtapa-Zihuatenejo, Acapulco, and Puerto Escondido. The Rio G .....

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