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  • jonathan1
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    1. It has been 139 years since the Westminster dog show has been around. It takes place at New York City's Madison Square Garden. 3,000 dogs competed in this year's show. This represented 190 breeds. 2. They have seven categories of Sporting, Toy, Hound, Working, Terrier, Non-Sporting, and Herding in the Westminster Dog Show. The winners this year were Matisse, Sunny, Swagger, Rocket, Charlie, Flame, and a standard poodle. The audience was surprised because they thought that Matisse would win. 3. After he won he received a bowl.
    About 6 years ago
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    1. they discovered that the cold-water videos resulted in lowering the volunteers hand temperatures. they conducted the experiment by putting volunteers hands in hot water, cold water, and room temperature water. 2. the volunteers react to the cold nothing really but Harrison thinks it enables humans to live harmoniously for the hot water they were more empathetic than the people with the cold water.the people with the control videos was just lack of visual control 3.the only thing was lowering the temperature in there hand. while the ones with the hot water where more empathetic than the ones with cold water.
    About 6 years ago
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    1. its about 4 hours, 46 miles, and he doesn't have a car. 2. it died 10 years ago, he is unable to save enough money for a car, he loves his job and he loves where he lives. 3. this all got out on February 3rd and he has gotten over $200,000 in less than two days
    About 6 years ago
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    he quit to go back to his home town, than he opened his own pizza shop. 2. they are invited to write a little message on a sticky note to put it on the wall, he gives it to people who need it. 3. it helps them so they don't die, to help people in need that needs it.
    About 6 years ago
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    1. We celebrate Presidents day because it is it is a day to honor all US presidents, past and present. 2. In 1968 Americans celebrated two holidays - February 12th and 22nd in honor of Abraham Lincoln's and George Washington's birthdays respectively. 3. In 1971 and since then this day has been set aside to pay tribute to all our remarkable leaders.
    About 6 years ago
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    About 6 years ago
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    1. about 2 weeks ago. 2.can see if she is at her stop. 3. that the park is only a couple stops away and that he has to pay for the bus ticket.
    Over 6 years ago
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    1. airline safety and helps you if your mind wanders off shortly after the instructions and it was realest in 2014 to talk about the new hobbit movie that was coming out. 2. and unexpected briefing it has over 12 million views and people that are seeking out for an airline safety video.
    Over 6 years ago
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    1. It was impossible to think that the kiwi and the African elephant bird were related because of the huge difference of size. 2. The scientists thought that the small kiwi bird was related to the Koa. 3.The researchers believe that the tiny birds could not have walked even when Madagascar and New Zealand were part of the giant southern landmass of Godwana. That's because the countries were still separated by the large landmasses of Australia and Antarctica. This has led them to conclude that the kiwis were once capable of flying. They believe that by the time the bird's ancestors arrived in New Zealand, the now extinct Moa, another flightless bird that was endemic to the country, had already established itself as the largest terrestrial herbivore. In order to survive kiwis remained small.
    Over 6 years ago
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    1. They think that because we are consuming the candy at a faster pace than farmers can grow cocoa. 2. What has caused the supply drop was a prolonged drought in the West African countries of Ivory Coast and Ghana, where more than 70 percent of the world's cocoa is produced. The solution they are trying is to increase supply with trees that can produce up to seven times the amount of cocoa beans. 3. The demand for chocolate went up because the growing appetite for dark chocolate, which contains more than 70 percent cocoa compared to normal chocolate that has a paltry 10 percent. Experts believe that if consumption continue at this pace, cocoa deficits could swell to one million metric tons by 2020 and to an even more worrisome, two million metric tons, by 2030.
    Over 6 years ago

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