Tag: history

HUMANKIND™ Feature Focus: Claiming Territory

HUMANKIND™ Feature Focus: Claiming Territory

(Jean-Maxime) One of the core themes of Humankind is cultures evolving and changing through time, and we wanted that to be reflected in the way your cities look. So when you look at your city, all its path…

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Pawn Stars: MAJOR PROFIT on 1960 FIRST EDITION To Kill A Mockingbird (Season 17) | History

Pawn Stars: MAJOR PROFIT on 1960 FIRST EDITION To Kill A Mockingbird (Season 17) | History
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Western Water—and Power

Western Water—and Power
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Asian Paints Business Empire (India’s Biggest Paint Co.) | How big is Asian Paints? | Garage Startup

Asian Paints Business Empire (India’s Biggest Paint Co.) | How big is Asian Paints? | Garage Startup

Hello everyone, In the roller coaster of life, sometimes we all need a helping hand. If you are passionate about achieving success, check out our book “The Singing Panda”, in the description below. This book will not let…

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How guest worker visas could transform the US immigration system | David J. Bier

How guest worker visas could transform the US immigration system | David J. Bier

By October 2018, Juan Carlos Rivera could no longer afford to live in his home in Copan, Honduras. As the “Dallas Morning News” reported, a gang was taking 10 percent of his earnings from his barber shop. His…

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Rooster Teeth Animated Adventures – Loud and Proud Co-Worker

Rooster Teeth Animated Adventures – Loud and Proud Co-Worker

At my previous job we had a guy who worked with us Who had a couple of really weird, annoying habits I liked the guy a lot But there was one habit th- that he had where- You…

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Why Do School Buses Still Look The Same?

Why Do School Buses Still Look The Same?

Take a look at this school bus from 1939. 80 years later, it looks almost exactly the same. Some buses don’t even have seat belts. Meanwhile, cars have undergone massive redesigns in that same time period. How can…

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Feature Researcher – Stuart McCook – How do you like your coffee?

Feature Researcher – Stuart McCook – How do you like your coffee?

I’m Stuart McCook and I’m an associate professor of history here at the University of Guelph I did my undergraduate degree at the the University of Toronto and then graduate degrees at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in the United…

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Ep. 78: Big Business Loves Big Government: Cronyism in American Politics (with Timothy P. Carney)

Ep. 78: Big Business Loves Big Government: Cronyism in American Politics (with Timothy P. Carney)

Trevor Burrus: Welcome to Free Thoughts from Libertarianism.org and The Cato Institute. I’m Trevor Burrus, a research fellow at The Cato Institute’s Center for Constitutional Studies Aaron Ross Powell: I’m Aaron Ross Powell, editor of Libertarianism.org and research…

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Sodium cyanide: Chemistry in its Element

Sodium cyanide: Chemistry in its Element

The Chemistry in its Element podcast: curious tales of chemical compounds This week, Mike Freemantle looks back to a fateful night 20 years ago Late in the evening of Sunday 30th January 2000, a break occurred in a…

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