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  • ...otechnical Engineering, Structural Engineering, Environmental Engineering, Transportation Engineering and Hydraulic Engineering/Hydrology to residential, commer ''Main article: [[Construction engineering]]''
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  • ...ment= Issue #2! The Citizendium has reached [[CZ:Statistics|five thousand articles!!]] Also remember, 2008 is a [[Leap Year]], and will have one extra day ...'' as the primary election campaigns are in full swing. See the following articles on the current presidential candidates
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  • One of the challenges of discussing the development of modern staff concepts is separating them from [[military doctrine#op A sub-article discusses the [[Staff (military)/Historical|historical development of military staffs]].
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  • * '''[[CZ:Eduzendium|Eduzendium]]''' continues, and articles are currently underway. Please take caution if you stumble across them a *Make sure to visit the [[CZ:Article of the Week|Article of the Week]] and [[CZ:New Draft of the Week|New Draft of the Week]] pages
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  • ...ogen]], with hopes of restoring them to full health when new technology is developed in the future. There is no scientific evidence to support such hopes for In 1977, articles of incorporation were filed in [[Indianapolis]] by the Institute for Adva
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  • ...Scholar Press, 1996. Pp. xviii, 174; xxi, 187. Articles from ''Journal of Transport History'' * O’Brien, Patrick. ''Railways and the Economic Development of Western Europe, 1830-1914'' (1983)
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  • ...of the existing member countries of the European Union would accept such a development, it would appear necessary, on that view, to envisage a number of depar ...all be open to all European States which respect the values referred to in Article I-2, and are committed to promoting them;''<br>
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  • ...raditions_20of_20geography.pdf |id={{ISSN|0022-1341}} }} Reprint of a 1964 article.</ref> :''See main article: [[History of geography]]
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  • ...ackground:orange"|''As with other subjects of possible terrorist use, this article gives capabilities and policies and general technical characteristics, but This article discusses the characteristics of non-nuclear explosions, which need to be
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  • ...ackground:orange"|''As with other subjects of possible terrorist use, this article gives capabilities and policies and general technical characteristics, but This article discusses the characteristics of non-nuclear explosions, which need to be
    25 KB (3,558 words) - 09:21, 12 September 2013
  • ...management]], [[asset management]], [[Environmental Impact Assessment]], [[development planning]], [[cartography]], and route planning. For example, a GIS mig ==History of development==
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  • This article excludes the final North Vietnamese offensive and [[fall of South Vietnam] ...the border, was in PAVN hands. Communist forces were now able to develop a transportation corridor from Dong Hoi to Dong Ha. and create another route, along [[
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  • This article covers the history of '''[[Sri Lanka]]''' (known as '''Ceylon''' before 19 ...through tax breaks, tolerance of their religions and customs, and economic development of the land. From 1638 to 1658, in a series of naval and military enga
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  • :''This article will describe the biochemistry of '''vitamin C''', or '''ascorbic acid'''. This article describes the debates about vitamin C, and presents the state-of-the-art i
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  • ...the four-seat F.II; Fokker's first plane specifically built for passenger transport. Other passenger aircraft followed. Particularly the eleven-seat F.IV was v ...der license. Many of today's global airlines started or expanded their air transport with Fokker aircraft in their early years, like KLM but also Lufthansa whic
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  • {{r|559th Transportation Group}} {{r|Agency for International Development}}
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  • ...ning but panicked people has caused as much devastation as the snake! This article explores the reality of snakebite. A part of that reality seems surreal, and that is the fact that in the developed world, snake bite is usually the result of people purposefully keeping an
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  • ...have helped prevent many deadly infectious diseases such as [[typhoid]] in developed countries.]] ...es, [[box jellyfish]] and timber [[wolves]]) was one of the first areas to develop; in natural history, whole organisms are studied in an attempt to make sens
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  • ...ction]] of the [[organism]], among many other activities, described in the article, [[Life]]. This introductory article focuses on biology as a ''formal science''. Biologists formally employ the
    38 KB (5,837 words) - 22:29, 2 September 2018
  • ...ng things, including the dynamic processes within them that enable them to develop, survive, and reproduce. Those vital processes include the harnessing of en ...ters that concern flesh and blood, and living creatures, this introductory article focuses on biology as a ''formal science''. Unlike non-scientists who are
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