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  • ...ainst raids from the barbarian hill people who were upset at an army of 12,000 men crossing their lands and requisitioning all available food. The barbar After 5 months of fighting, the force incredibly made it to Trapezus with 6,000 survivors. Xenophon's leadership was primarily responsible for this accomp
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  • ...; border:1px solid #ffdcdc; background:#fffbfb; vertical-align:top; color:#000;"| ...:120%; font-weight:bold; border:1px solid #ffa4a4; text-align:left; color:#000; padding:0.2em 0.4em;">Featured on Conservapedia[[Template:Mainpageleft|.]]
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  • ...asso (120,000), Mopti (90,000), Gao (65,000), Kayes (65,000), Timbuktu (38,000). *Health: Infant mortality rate—121/1,000. Life expectancy—47 yrs.
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  • ...t physical evidence documents a continuous human presence since at least 1,000 B.C. It was named after the Ancient Greek goddess [[Athena]] and was one of
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  • ...ian Gulf; facing him to the south was Antony’s force of 500 ships and 70,000 men. In a short time Octavian would join them, and would cut off the Pelop
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  • ...e today. The [[Rome|Roman]] IX Legion was routed and between 70,000 and 80,000 civilians were said to have been killed. The Roman historian Cassius Dio l ...ed Roman camp. Despite overwhelming numerical supremacy (Dio estimated 230,000) Boudica's disorganised army was defeated by the Roman's superior tactics.
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  • ...In the 21st century, Zoroastrianism is practiced by around 150,000 - 200,000 people worldwide (in India, Pakistan, Afghanistan and Iran).<ref>http://www
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  • ...s story after story on [[racism]]. A quick Google News search turns up 246,000 results mentioning skin pigmentation.<ref>[https://www.google.com/search?hl
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  • ...Pineville, Louisiana|Pineville]], [[Louisiana]]. His congregation is the 3,000-member Zion Hill Church, one of the largest in Central Louisiana.
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  • The new research, led by Paula Krakowiak, PhD candidate, analyzed 1,000 children and found that autism was 67% more likely among children from obes ...he Lancaster Amish community Olmsted supposedly investigated to almost 1/5,000 which is still a fraction of the US average of 1/68."<ref>Puffenberger, EG;
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  • ...is an amphitheater in the center of [[Rome]] that is capable of seating 50,000 people. It was built by the ruler [[Vespasian]] on the remains of the "Gol
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  • ...les, fled at the sight by the way he came, and left [[Mardonius]] with 300,000 men to carry out his purpose, but, as it happened, to suffer defeat on the
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  • ...rs are used in the decorations there. Building it required the labor of 20,000 workers. Jahan also constructed the [[Red Fort]], a red-sandstone palace an
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  • ...e+numerous+the+laws.&ei=veqZSr7dM5aCzAT30uDaDg Words from the Wise: Over 6,000 of the Smartest Things Ever Said‎ - Page 290, by Rosemarie Jarski]</ref>
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  • ...area of 1,607 square miles (4,163 km<sup>2</sup>) and a population of 555,000 (2005 est). The capital city is [[Tiraspol]]. Transnistria declared its ind
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  • The Silk road ran for 5,000 miles across Asia and increased trade in silk and fine goods between Asia a
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  • ...arthaginians won an overwhelming victory, slaughtering over half of the 50,000 soldiers the Romans led into battle. Consul Paullus was numbered among the ...r, Nero followed like a dog on a scent. Finally, the two armies met. The 7,000 men under the command of Consul Nero marched clear around the flank of Hasd
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  • ...exico, Colombia and Argentina). Twenty-one cities have a population of 100,000 or more. Rural migration has increased the urban population from 35.4% of t
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  • ...that stretched over 10,000 square feet, and the site was built of over 200,000 tons of stone.<ref>[http://www.biblicalarchaeology.org/daily/biblical-sites ...n-mined-3000-year-old-fashion-collection-unearthed/ Where Solomon mined, 3,000-year-old ‘fashion collection’ unearthed]</ref> Secondly, the Timna Vall
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  • ...Diaspora that the [[Talmud]] was written. It would take the Jews almost 2,000 years to once again get their nation back.
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  • |pop =82,079,000 ...stern and western deserts and in the [[Sinai]], as well as some 50,000-100,000 Nubians clustered along the Nile in Upper (southern) Egypt.
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  • ...and 9th SS Panzer Divisions, in the second wave. The Sixth Panzer Army's 1,000-plus artillery pieces and 90 Tiger tanks made it the strongest force deploy ...on, belonging to the recently attached 14th Cavalry Group, outposted the 9,000-yard Losheim Gap. Reinforced by a company of 3-inch towed tank destroyers,
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  • ...ose would regularly attend one or more meetings of the popular assembly. 6,000 citizens were selected fill the juryman courts (A typical jury size being 5
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  • |pop =8,550,000 ...embers of the [[Ethiopian]] Jewish community have immigrated to Israel, 14,000 of them during the dramatic May 1991 Operation Solomon airlift. 32.9% of Is
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  • '''Harappa''' was a city of 40,000 people from 3300 BC to 1600 BC. It was part of the [[Indus Valley Civilizat
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  • ...tlement in which Schliemann legally acquired Priam's treasury by paying 50,000 gold francs.
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  • ...spread west and south in the peninsula before the time of Abraham (about 2,000 B.C.).<ref>Merrill C. Tenney, The Zondervan Pictorial Bible Dictionary, (Gr
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  • ...size of the military and reorganized it so the Empire would have about 300,000 men under arms, basically manning the borders, and extremely mobile. He de ...ring the reign of [[Diocletian]] 372 main roads were recorded, totaling 53,000 miles.<ref>Leslie and Roy Adkins, ''Life in Ancient Rome'' ISBN 0-19-512332
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  • ...istence today, which are in museums in Europe. There are approximately 10,000 other pieces of Mayan writing, but not book form. Mayan writing and the abi ...represents 3*360 days, the 4 represents 4*7,200 and the 5 represents 5*144,000. Each digit except the second (2) and the last (5) goes to 19 before return
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  • The '''Grand Canal''' is a 1 000 mile man-made waterway connecting the Yianjin (the port for [[Beijing]]) on
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  • Rehoboam raised a 180,000-strong army to attempt to crush the revolt, but the [[prophet]] [[Shemaiah]
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  • It is 2,400 miles, (3,860&nbsp;km) from east to west and 2,000 miles (3,220&nbsp;km) from north to south, and covers an area of 2,967,877 ...estroying 80% of the buildings. Darwin's utilities were knocked out and 35,000 people were evacuated.
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  • |pop =4,252,000 ...[Wellington]], is the second largest city with a population just under 500,000 - many of whom work in government services. Wellington is also the home of
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  • ...made the Germans pay dearly for every metre of ground they gained. Over 4,000 paratroopers were killed and the German 7th Airborne Division was virtually
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  • |area =2,500,000 sq km
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  • |coastline =50,000 square miles ...the second-smallest of the continents, but in terms of population (727,000,000 in 2007) it is the third-largest. Europe is made up of approximately 50 cou
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  • |coastline =16,000 mi |pop =1,022,234,000
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  • *Population (2005 est.): 11,104,000 million. (Immigrants make up approximately 10% of the population.) ...k 99% (official); Turkish, others. Albanian is spoken by approximately 700,000 Albanian immigrants. English is the predominant second language.
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  • ...the city's children only, then the population must have numbered about 600,000, and more than three cities of the same extent would have been needed to co ...the great palace mound of Nineveh proper, and is a great enclosure about 2,000 yards square, with the remains of towers and gateways. The palace mound lie
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  • ...exicans (adjective: Mexican). The net migration rate is: 3.24 migrant(s)/1,000 population (2011 est.) (Mainly to the US.) ...nominally Catholic. There are an estimated 11,000 Catholic churches and 14,000 Catholic priests and nuns.
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  • ...he news outlets, including [[NBC]] television network, which paid him $500,000. Much of the money that Richard didn't pay in legal and income tax fees he ...am. Approximately 10,500 athletes participated in the Games with around 20,000 accredited media bringing the Games to the world.
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  • ...in Flanders was threatened, he landed in Normandy with an army of about 10,000 and marched towards the north. At [[Crécy]], Aug. 26, 1346, his yeoman sol ...laim to the throne of France. He invaded Normandy with an army of about 10,000 and won a great victory at [[Agincourt]], Oct. 25, 1415, repeating the tact
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  • ...ut parts of southern Asia, Persia, Arabia and Africa. The crew of over 28,000 men embarked on seven naval expeditions in the Indian Ocean from 1405 to 14 ...uential piece of Spanish literature, and Lope de Vega wrote an estimated 2,000 plays.
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  • ...eastern provinces. In [[Armenia]] he set up on the throne Tigranes, for 6,000 talents of gold. He rejected the king of [[Parthia]]’s request that the
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  • ...d attacking those faiths deemed a threat to Islam. There have been over 23,000 terrorist attacks committed by adherents of Islam since [[September 11, 200
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  • ...xample, surviving Aztec codicies (texts) puts one specific sacrifice at 20,000 individuals over four days. Aztecs believed that their gods required nouris
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  • ....<ref name="History"/> The number killed may have been as high as over 100,000.<ref name="Reformation"/> ...e="Triumph 278">''Triumph: The Power and Glory of the Catholic Church: A 2,000-Year History'' by H.W. Crocker III, Page 278.<br />"The pope [Gregory XIII]
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  • ...lowed the [[FBI]] to videotape businessman Jack Gordon, offering him a $12,000 bribe. Then, according to a Las Vegas Review-Journal account, Reid "put his ...t are related to convicted lobbyist [[Jack Abramoff]], including about $50,000 from [[Native American]] gaming interests. Several times, Native American t
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  • ...ey may have numbered as many as 9,000 on the English side and as few as 12,000 on the French side, although these numbers are not consistent with eyewitne
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  • ...on using stratagems and ambush them, cutting to pieces a scout column of 2,000. The Huns retreated and Belisarius was recalled to Constantinople by Justin
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  • *Health (2005 est.): Infant mortality rate—79.56/1,000. Life expectancy—53.04 yrs.
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  • ...the circumference of the Earth. Therefore, he concluded, Japan was about 3,000 miles to the west of Portugal—which was barely within the extreme range o ...nt of the natives in his gold mines was so brutal that within 2 years, 125,000 natives (half the population) were dead. Columbus himself wrote: "We shall
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  • ...st prominent location on earth is the [[Great Steppe]], covering roughly 5,000 square miles, covering most of central [[Asia]], from [[Mongolia]] into [[
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  • ...ivil service FBI officials when Hillary Clinton confessed to destroying 33,000 emails that were property of the American people. ...ave accepted $2 million in illegal contributions and ordered to pay a $300,000 fine, thus pocketing $1.7 million in illegal money. It's not much of a dete
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  • |pop =77,891,000 *Health (2007 est.): Infant mortality rate—38.2 deaths/1,000 live births. Life expectancy at birth (2007)--total population: 70.56 yrs.
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  • ...ntered Iran from the north and headed for Tehran. On the same day about 19,000 British Commonwealth troops, mostly in Indian brigades, entered from variou ...ose from 246,000 barrels to 953,000, and Kuwait from 45,000 barrels to 953,000.
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  • ...ou." He later criticized the merciless ruling classes, who killed some 100,000+ peasants (as well as Münzer) in order to crush the insurrection. ...46'' (1983)</ref> He taught at the University of Wittenberg, where some 16,000 students were enrolled, 1520–60, most of whom became enthusiastic propone
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  • ...of choice. Yet slavery is found earlier than the time of Abraham (about 2,000 B.C.) In the Garden of Eden, according to the Bible, God gave Adam the ble ...The emperors, whose wealth outstripped all, boasted slave "families" of 20,000 or more<ref>Meltzer, p. 138</ref>
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  • ...larger English vocabulary that developed in the interim and uses nearly 14,000 different words. ...e Old Testament. Jerusalem is mentioned 144 times in the NT, as in the 144,000 of Revelation. This is not so in modern versions.
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  • ...e Reformed denomination that is associated with "Hyper-Calvinism" is the 7,000 member "Protestant Reformed Churches in America (PRC)." This denomination,
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  • ...] Lands in southwest Germany. The total area was 113,000 square miles (293,000 km<sup>2</sup>), second in Europe in size and population only to [[Russia]]
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  • ...Columbus's voyage to America, which departed on 3 August 1492.) Around 50,000 Jews chose to convert and remain in Spain.
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  • ...y real threat to Henry's security on the throne in all his reign. Some 30,000 rebels in nine groups were led by the charismatic Robert Aske, together wit ...alaces; he began with a dozen and died with fifty-five, in which he hung 2,000 tapestries.<ref>Simon Thurley, "Palaces for a nouveau riche king." ''Histor
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  • *Health: Infant mortality rate—4.61/1,000. Life expectancy at birth—male 77.32 yrs., female 81.79 yrs. ...conomy has generated roughly 90,000 new jobs annually, attracting over 200,000 foreign workers, mostly from the new EU Member states, in an unprecedented
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  • ...ore miles than the better-known Marco Polo, an estimated 75,000 miles (120,000&nbsp;km), although Polo went far beyond the borders of his religious roots.
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  • ...y their communities. [[Iraq]]i dictator [[Saddam Hussein]] used to pay $25,000 to the families of [[Palestinian Arabs|Palestinian]] homicide bombers who a
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  • ...[[Pope]]. Founded in 1534, today it is active in 112 nations with over 20,000 members, working in the fields of education, intellectual research, cultura ...Washington, D. C. In the world it has about 56 university centers and 400,000 students, 28 Jesuit universities and colleges in the United States.
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  • ...e Democratic party adopted a rule specifying that a candidate needs only 5,000 voter signatures to appear on the primary ballot, and that if a state law r
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  • ...r empire they controlled 22% of the Earth's total land area around 12,741,000 square miles. Given their size they were the world's second largest empire
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  • ...ations. A powerful [[city state]] in central [[Mexico]] it peaked with 150,000 inhabitants around 600 A.D. It was probably the largest city in [[Mesoamer
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  • ...oman law]]. Of the 55,000 ancient Greek texts in existence today, some 40,000 were transmitted by Byzantine scribes. And it was the Byzantine Empire that ...many of the survivors having fled. Areas that once allowed armies of 120,000 men to be raised for the defense of the Empire had now become barren. The
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  • *Cities: Capital—Port of Spain (metropolitan pop. 310,000). Other cities—San Fernando, Chaguanas, Arima, Scarborough (Tobago). *Health: Infant mortality rate (2005 est.)--25.81/1,000. Life expectancy (2006 est.)--66 yrs. male; 68 yrs. female.
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  • ...gricultural]] region. It has been estimated that it had a population of 20,000 in the 3rd century.<ref>''Djemila: Great Roman ruins'' [http://lexicorient.
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  • ...view stipulates that the entire planet Earth has existed for less than 10,000 years, that it was created by God, and that God created every kind of livin
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  • ...residents could elect territorial legislatures. When population reached 60,000, the territory was able to apply for statehood by writing a [[state constit
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  • ...sembled under General Ward, in the environs of Boston, then occupied by 10,000 highly disciplined and well equipped British troops, Under the command of G ...ing to over 1,000. The Americans, throughout the whole day, did not have 2,000 men on the field.
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  • ...lloped the 100 miles in 18 hours. Within days Boston was surrounded by 10,000 patriots, enlisted for the year, armed with muskets and ready to fight. ...ulers were paid so much per soldier, with a bonus for those killed.) The 3,000-mile-long supply line drastically limited the number of troops that could b
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  • ...ematurely with twisted legs is facing death unless his owner can raise £6,000 to pay for lifesaving surgery. ...ews/article-2012283/Miniature-pony-owner-launches-desperate-appeal-raise-6-000-lifesaving-surgery-Falabellas-twisted-legs.html</ref>}}
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  • Later in that same year, Phinehas led a force of 12,000 men, 1000 from each tribe, into battle against the Midianites. They won a g
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  • ...ons in Iraq under Hussein, the White House records the execution of over 4,000 prisoners at Abu Ghraib in 1984 alone.<ref>“Life Under Saddam,” https:/
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  • ...t moved with respect to the core. The suggested date for this was about 10,000 years BC. If a displacement had occurred then it would have caused enormous
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  • '''Hard Economic Times? Not For [[Nancy Pelosi]].''' <br />'''Her ''New'' 3,000 Square Foot District Office Costs $18,736 a Month !'''<br /> There isn't s ...stice Department, according to a 1997 document buried in the more than 100,000 pages released from the Clinton Library last week. [http://www.cnsnews.com/
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  • *"655,000 Iraqi civilians are dead. Who are the terrorists?" ABC's ''The View'', May
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  • On June 22, 2017, Moore donated $10,000 to a theater project that depicts the assassination of President Donald J T Michael Moore's films have grossed worldwide in excess of $200,000,000.00 under the [[free market]] [[capitalist]] system. A breakdown for just th
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  • ...ith 50 [[ship of the line|ships of the line]] (very large warships) and 14,000 men William landed on November. 5, 1688, and marched on London. There was n
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  • ...society, and politics. At his death his wealth was about £675,000–£775,000.
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  • He disbanded Cromwell's army of 42,000 men because it was heavily Puritan. In the years around 1680, rumors of a p
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  • ...d ship of the ''Nimitz''-class of carriers. At 1,092 feet long and over 95,000 tons loaded, it is one of the largest warships in the world. The carrier wa ...ies totaling more than 11,000 flight hours. More than 1,100 sorties and 6,000 flight hours were flown in direct support of troops on the ground in Iraq.
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  • ...ca, commonly called the [[Afrikaner]]s. The Boers number approximately 400,000 people today. ...thor of the Covenant. On 16 December 1838, the Trekkers defeated nearly 12,000 Zulus during the [[Battle of Blood River]]. Various Boer Republics were fou
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  • ...00. The Conference Center's primary feature is an auditorium that seats 21,000.
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  • ...life due to Communism is that it caused the death of approximately 148,286,000 people between 1917 and 1987.<ref>Rummel, R. J. (November 1993). [http://w
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  • ...ain Christopher Jones]], in 1620 one hundred and two [[Pilgrims]] made a 3,000 mile voyage from England to America during autumn storms. When the Mayflowe
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  • In 1903 Ford, with 11 other investors and $28,000 in capital, incorporated the [[Ford Motor Company]]. In a newly designed c ...as the price dropped to $360 for the basic touring car, sales reached 472,000.<ref>Lewis 1976, pp 41-59</ref>
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  • [[France]] in the Ancien Régime covered a territory of around 200,000 square miles, and supported 20 million people in 1700. At least 80% of the ...commerce, and resulted in the illegal flight from the country of about 180,000 Protestants, many of whom became intellectuals, doctors and business leader
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  • ...ote. (In Massachusetts, for example, towns with populations of less than 6,000 are required to have open town meetings). Larger towns, however, usually ha
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  • ...bly happy one. It made him rich, for the Custis plantation covered some 17,000 acres and included 300 slaves and a town house in [[Williamsburg]]. Washing Washington and the Continental Army triumphed by driving the 10,000 British out of [[Boston]] in March 1776. The tide turned; Washington barely
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  • ...ast Asia, and [[Africa]] with his large fleet of ships, manned by up to 30,000 sailors and marines.
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  • ...do so. [[Napoleon]], the ruler of France was eager to sell it for $15,000,000; Spain had no choice in the matter. The Purchase contained most of what is
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  • ...ef> The total number of words in all of Shakespeare's works is nearly 900,000, or slightly more than the word length of the [[Bible]].
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