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Matthew Boulton

Matthew Boulton was born on September 3, 1728, in Birmingham, England. The knowledge that Boulton gained from working with his father paid off for the rest of his life.By 1749, Boulton had worked with his father long enough to become a full partner and the general manager. A few years later, in 1755, the Boultons made a bold move to buy out the Sarehole Mill, which they needed to roll sheet metal.
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Herndon DD- 198 - History

Herndon I(DD-198: dp. 1,190 1. 314& 39;5& 34;, b. 31& 39;9& 34;; dr. 9& 39;4& 34;, s. 35k.; cpl. 122, a. 4 4& 34;, 3 3& 34;, 12 21& 34; tt.; cl. Clemson)The first Herndon (DD-198) was launched 31 May 1919 by the Newport News Shipbuilding & Drydock Co., Newport News, VA., sponsored by Miss Lucy Taylor Herndon, niece of Commander Herndon; and commissioned 14 September 1920 at Norfolk, Lt.
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Geography

Cultural Aspects of the Midwest Region (continued)

Dances and music Siriri It is a folk dance that is part of the traditional festivals and religious celebrations. It is danced by men, women and even children, to the sound of trough viola (instrument typical of the region and recognized as a national heritage), ganzá and owl. When dancing, the dancers seem to be playing indigenous jokes.
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Thirteen Years War

The Great War or Thirteen Years' War (1593/1606) was one of countless wars between the Habsburg Monarchy and the Ottoman Empire that occurred after the Battle of Mohács. Members of the war were Wallachia, the Habsburgs, Transylvania, Moldova (with the help of the Holy Roman Empire, Ferrara, Tuscany, Mantua and the Pontifical States) and the Ottoman Empire.
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Summary - Eastern Antiquity - Phoenicians

(Major Traders) Location - Above Palestine; - Coastal Region; - Current Syria; - east of Mesopotamia; Features - North of Palestine; - Mariners and merchants; - No political unit - autonomous state cities; - Polytheists; - Astronomy and mathematics developed; - Between commercial posts; - 22 letter alphabet; - Tassalocracy (maritime traders); - Commercial aristocracy, workers and slaves;
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