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    Jordan, Hashemite Kingdom of I. INTRODUCTION Jordan, Hashemite Kingdom of (Arabic Al Mamlakah al Urdunniyah al Hashimiyah), kingdom in southwestern Asia, bounded on the north by Syria, on the east by Iraq and Saudi Arabia, on the south by Saudi Arabia and the Gulf of Aqaba, and on the west by Israel and the West Bank, an area previously held by Jordan that has been occupied by Israel since 1967. The area of Jordan is 89,556 sq km (34,578 sq mi). Amman is the capital and largest city of Jordan.

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    Jordans jordans

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    During the day that I was Michael Jordan, I would try to achieve at least three things. The things that I would try to achieve would be playing his first ever NBA game and play the championship game There are probably a couple of people out there that don’t know one secret about Mr. Jordan. Michael didn’t make his high school basketball team. I know you find that hard to believe but he was cut from the team because he wasn’t good enough. Michael was devastated when he found out that he wasn’t going

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    Jordan is a fairly small country compared to its neighboring countries (about half the size of Syria). It is 35,467 square miles in total and has three main geographical regions/sections: The Great Rift Valley, the highland plateau, and the desert. The Great Rift Valley was formed when an “...earthquake forced the ocean floor up, forming two sets of mountains running North and South.” (Kummer, 19) In the valley between the mountains, the land sunk down, which resulted in the creation of the Great

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    History Of Jordan

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    treaty with Great Britain. In April 1949, the country's name was changed to Jordan. Following its creation, Jordan did not recognize the state of Israel and in 1948 sent forces into the new nation. In the early 1950's, Jordan finally annexed the West Bank in Israel. Following the assassination of the unpopular King Abdullah, in 1953 King Hussein was crowned. He faced many border clashes with Israel over water rights to the Jordan River. At this same time citizens protesting Jordan’s relations with the

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    micheal jordan

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    Michael Jordan Michael Jordan in my opinion, was the greatest basketball player that ever lived. He holds more records than just about everyone that ever played this sport. Some of those records included: being the all-time leading scorer in the Chicago Bulls history, most seasons in which he lead the league in scoring, which was ten, and most consecutive seasons in which he lead the league in scoring, which was seven seasons. Michael Jeffery Jordan was born on February 17, 1963 in the city of Brooklyn

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    Ramification Of Jordan

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    Trustworthy Computing Continues to Build Momentum The third year of Microsoft’s long-term commitment saw progress in technology investments, industry leadership and customer guidance. REDMOND, Wash., Jan. 13, 2005 -- Scott Charney wants people to think of using their computer in the same way they think of using their telephone. Scott Charney, vice president, Trustworthy Computing, Microsoft Corp. Not that Charney, vice president of Trustworthy Computing at Microsoft, is trying to advocate voice

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    Michael Jordan

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    Michael Jordan Michael Jordan, the best known athlete in the world, was a leading scorer in the National Basketball Association (NBA), who led the Chicago Bulls to many NBA championships. He is, by far, the best basketball player in the history of the game. Jordan was born in Brooklyn, New York, and raised in Wilmington, North Carolina. He accepted a basketball scholarship from the University of North Carolina and as a freshman scored the winning basket in the 1982 NCAA championship game against

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    Michael Jordan

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    Michael Jordan is the Chicago Bulls superstar who beat Charles Barkley and Akeem Olajuwon for Rookie of the Year Honors in 1985. Perhaps, he is the greatest player to ever play the game....he even has six championship rings to back up his claim, including 3 straight from 1991-1993, and 3 more in 1996-1998. Michael was named the NBA Finals MVP in all of those titles. He's won them all with Scottie Pippen. In 1991, Jordan's Bulls finally overcame the greatest impediment to their team's success, Isiah

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    Essay On Jordan River

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    The Jordan River is an important resource to the Middle East, both as a water resource and as an important historical landmark to the realms of Christianity, Judaism, and Islam. This Biblical river is threatened by overpopulation and overexploitation due to the influx of refugees and mismanagement of the water. However, the environmental issues are difficult to address because of the politics of the region and the location of the river and its tributaries between Jordan, Israel, Lebanon, Syria, and

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    Michael Jordan

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    After winning his third consecutive NBA championship, at the peak of his career, Michael Jordan, on October 6, 1993, announced his retirement shocking the entire sports world. Jordan said, "the mental aspect is not the same - the challenge is not as great. I promised myself - and I have said many times publicly - that when the mental challenge began to fade, I would leave. That time is now here." He then decided to pick up the game of baseball, for 1994 baseball season, playing for the Birmingham

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