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Munich, Germany

Populations : 24,000 inhabitants. (doubled every 30 years) Geography: Southern Germany near Austria Terrain: Flat, but with mountains like the Alps surrounding it. Layout : Good layout for a city, it had large buildings and churches. (check maps) Available technology: … Continue reading

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Coca-Cola : Cultural Globalization : Kevin and Cieran

The Coca-Cola company is one of the most famous soda companies in the world. It is a great example of globalization being that most countries carry the Coca-Cola drinks in restaurants and for the general public in supermarkets and vending … Continue reading

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Saying hello to a man if your a women in Saudi Arabia

It is considered immoral for a women to say hello or greet a man, who is not her husband, in any way without an escort. This is due to sharia religious laws. Not only can women not greet men, but … Continue reading

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Drinking and Bottled Water

Water can be considered a scarce resource. About 97% is salty or undrinkable, and 2% is locked in either ice caps or glaciers. This means that only 1% is actual drinkable water! It is hard to believe that something that … Continue reading

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Maximilien Robespierre

Robespierre was a French lawyer, politician, and public speaker during the French Revolution. He was one of the most influential people during the Revolution, he was also one of the most well-known. Robespierre was a part of the 3rd Estate … Continue reading

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Mitt Romney on 47% of people are with Obama

Mitt Romney commented saying that 47% of people will vote for the president, Barack Obama, no matter what. He also commented that these 47% are mainly dependent on the government. An example being senior citizens on Medicare. He also talked … Continue reading

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