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The History of Athletic Training
Athletic training encompasses the prevention, diagnosis 3 and intervention of emergency, acute and chronic medical conditions involving impairment, functional limitations and disabilities." "Athletic training encompasses the prevention, examination, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of emergent, acute or..
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Oklahoma City Bombing
Written on the back of the card, which was from a Wisconsin military surplus store, were the words "TNT at 5 a stick. "Secrets of Timothy McVeigh". "Bomb ingredient restricted in 2 states". Investigators determined the..
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Jack the Rippers Victims

THE police hunt FOR jack THE ripper The Whitechapel murders were the focus of a huge criminal investigation that saw the Victorian police pit their wits against a lone assassin who was perpetrating his crimes


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The Mp3 Technology

This allows a large reduction in file size when compared to uncompressed audio. As in the transition from mpeg-1 to mpeg-2, mpeg-2.5 adds additional sampling rates exactly half of those available using mpeg-2. Patent 5,812,672, which


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Weathering the Flame in Fahrenheit 451

The title of the third part of the book, Burning Bright, shows that even while the city is still burning brightly from the war? The book begins with the main character, Guy Montag, returning from his


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Why the Civil War Erupted in the US?


why the Civil War Erupted in the US?

an artillery duel while the main battle raged two miles farther south at Glendale).

Grant made his headquarters in a cabin on the lawn of Appomattox Manor, the home. When Leonidas Polk withdrew from Columbus,., during the period February 29-March 2, 1862, in the preliminary moves of the Shiloh campaign, he sent the 5,000-man division of John. Crittenden deployed in center, with Brig.

Although there was a period in which the Union army was vulnerable, straddling the river, Hood was too stunned to take advantage. It imposed license taxes on practically every profession or service except the clergy.

Thomas took over command and began consolidating forces on Horseshoe Ridge and Snodgrass Hill. The battle ended at dark, with the Federals having taken the worst of it: 4,211 casualties to 3,396 in losses for the Confederates. In all, the Federals suffered 3,200 casualties, while the Confederates suffered a mere 1,000. He told Gordon, "This is glory enough for one day." The Union troops had withdrawn past Middletown. January 18, 1862 - Deatho of John Tyler.

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