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  • (wp) Classical era (wp) Medieval era (wp) Modern era (wp) Korea (wp) Southeast Asia (wp) Vietnam Greece (wp) Greek Boats (wp) Sparta (wp) Celtic Europe
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  • (2000). A Brief History of the Caribbean. Plume.  SarDesai, D.R. (1997). Southeast Asia: Past and Present. Westview.  Scammel, G.V. (1989). The First Imperial
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  • Continent-Mawhadesh * Asia- Esia Mawhadesh Europe-Iurop-Mawhadesh Africa-Afrika Mawhadesh Australia- Awstrelia Mawhadesh Nortrh America-Uttawr Amerika
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  • See Proceedings of the Conference on Community Based Ecotourism in Southeast Asia, Thailand, 27th February - 8th March 2002, http://www.recoftc
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  • カナダ人(じん). Japan categorizes Mongolia as an East Asian nation (Mongolia is considered a central Asian nation) Mongolia is also known as 蒙古 (もうこ) China
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  • species extending into tropical montane regions in South America and southeast Asia. In Africa, the genus is confined to the Atlas Mountains. The leaves
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  • family Rosaceae, subfamily Maloideae. They are native from southeast Europe east to southeast Asia, and are closely related to Cotoneaster, but have serrated
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  • America. Most of the tropical rainforests are found at the Amazon Basin. Southeast Asia. The rest are scattered around the globe. This diagram shows tropical
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  • war it did not need, considering how outstretched their resources in southeast Asia were during the period after the Japanese surrender. As a consequence
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  • decrease in fish yields along the coast of Peru and cause violent rainstorms there, where Australia and Southeast Asia suffer from severe droughts and fires.
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  • there are a significant number of tropical rhododendron species from southeast Asia to northern Australia, with 55 known species in Borneo and 164 in New
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  • Manju Gurun = Manchuria Dulimbai Gurun = China Dulimbai Irgen Gurun = Republic of China Taiwan = Taiwan Monggo = Mongolia Solho = Korea Amargi Solho =
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  • appeared on the scene. Populations of this species were living in Africa, Southeast Asia, Europe and China. The differentiation of animal life is the result
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  • the style of Japan's foreign policy, and Japan's position relative to Southeast Asia and the superpowers. I also hope that this description allows insight
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  • Theravada, Mahāyāna, and Vajrayāna (practiced in southeast Asia, East Asia, and scattered parts of Asia, respectively). For information on the sects of
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  • of Independent States (i.e. former USSR), China, many countries in Southeast Asia and South America, plus a few African countries. Countries with a high
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  • botanists. They are native to east and southeast Asia (where the majority of the species occur), Australia, southeast North America and Central America.
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  • eastern North America, Central America and the West Indies and east and southeast Asia. Some species are found in South America. Today many species of Magnolia
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  • Philippines. Furthermore, when Japan occupied and colonized much of East Asia, Southeast Asia, and the Pacific, the locals were educated in the Japanese language
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