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    comprehensible source of information than the intricacy and difficulty created by the Encyclopedia Britannica. Despite their earlier claims and assertions, scientists and modern commenters are now withdrawing most of their accusations. Not only are they realizing that Wikipedia’s articles and information are void of numerous errors but also are witnessing the rapidly increasing use of Wikipedia, compared to that of the Encyclopedia Britannica. One such columnist, Cecil Adams, recently withdrew his accusation

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    The Creation of Encyclopedia

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    The Creation of Encyclopedia Webster's New World Dictionary defines the Enlightenment as "an 18th-century European philosophical movement characterized by rationalism, an impetus toward learning, and a spirit of skepticism and empiricism in social and political thought." During this period of enlightenment, the way the world was viewed changed in a large part because of the group of philosophers known as the philosophes. During the Enlightenment the greatest philosophical movement of the philosophes

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    The Enchanted Encyclopedia

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    information? Introducing the Enchanted Encyclopedia that is convenient for every situation you may encounter. The Enchanted Encyclopedia contains every document ever made, including information from both the wizarding world and muggle world. The book can sense emotions as well as read your mind. Also, the Enchanted Encyclopedia is customizable meaning you, the owner, can control the size, thickness etc. of the book. Which is why the Enchanted Encyclopedia is a formidable product, and may appeal

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    Acid Rain

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    atmosphere by human activity, such as automobiles, industries, and electrical power plants that burn fossil fuels like coal and oil. When these gases are released, they mix with water vapor in the clouds and form sulfuric and nitric acids (Acid Rain Encyclopedia Britannica 2005). When sulfuric and nitric acids are released into the atmosphere, they travel long distances by winds before falling back to earth as acid precipitation. This causes a problem when the environment cannot neutralize the acid in

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    and Immigration It is said that these people, “the Goths,” originated from southern Scandinavia, crossed to the southern shore of the Baltic Sea, and then migrated to the Black sea in their search to find a stable home ("Goth." Britannica Concise Encyclopedia). Yet, they were unable to find a place to call home. They searched high and low for solace and peace, and in their search they were discriminated against and victimized, until they retaliated and became the oppressors. Situations where a lot of

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    The Charge of the Light Brigade

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    1815, when Alfred was only 6 years old. In 1820 Alfred returned home and under his father’s teachings he became a promising writer who, before his teens, had already composed in the styles of Alexander Pope, Sir Walter Scott, and John Milton (Encyclopedia Britannica Online School Edition, 1). When he was 13 years old, his father’s health started to deteriorate, which led to unhappiness at home and a feeling of depression in young Alfred; but he kept writing. Alfred attended Trinity College at

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    Man-of-war

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    stung. The toxin that the man-of-war uses blocks nerve conduction. This causes a severe systematic syndrome. This is accompanied by a fever, possibly shock, and interference with heart and lung functions. Bibliography "Portuguese man-of-war," Encyclopedia Britannica. 1988, University of Chicago: Vol. IX, p.634-35 "Portuguese man-of-war," Animal Kingdom. 1972, United States of America: Vol. XVIII, p.88-93 Caras, Roger. Venomous Animals of the World. United States of America: 1974, p. 17-18 hillside

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    Dostoevsky examine the individual’s responsibility to the justice system and how it affects the group as a whole. Through the fates of Lurie and Raskolnikov, Dostoevsky and Coetzee make self-policing the most important factor in societal justice. Encyclopedia Britannica Defines Justice as the concept of a proper proportion between a person’s deserts (what is merited) and the good and bad things that befall or are allotted to him or her. There is a duality to the idea of justice because it acts as a

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    Mercury's Rhapsody

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    Oct. 2011. . This was an online encyclopedia article. It gave general information on the Romantic Era and listed other sources as to help in finding more info on the subject. Tatum, Malcolm. “What is the Fandango?” wiseGEEK. 30 Oct. 2011. . This information database provided this article, which helped me understand the dance of Fandango. It was short but precise. “Scaramouche.” Wikipedia The Free Encyclopedia. 30 Oct. 2011. This was an encyclopedia article. It gave me the best answers

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    (Political Science).” Encyclopedia Britannica Online. 15 May 2007. Encyclopedia Britannica, Inc. Web. 26 Mar 2014. Higgins, John. “Joseph Conrad.” Encyclopedia Britannica Online. 11 May 2006. Encyclopedia Britannica, Inc. Web. 25 Mar 2014. Liesangthem, Gita. “Colonialism, Western (Politics).” Encyclopedia Britannica Online. 29 Seb 2006. Encyclopedia Britannica, Inc. Web. 26 Mar 2014. Luebering, J. E. “frame story.” Encyclopedia Britannica Online. 18 Feb 2009. Encyclopedia Britannica, Inc. Web

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