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    travel website the author uses literary strategies to recreate to the reader his first expirience at a wedding at Mongolia. The authour does this by making connections to the diffrent American-like traditions, through his diction, imagery which then create a satyrical funny mood. Within the passage, the author begins to build the characters for us, one being the male who visited Mongolia and the wedding guests. The author used an ellaborate amount of literary strategies in his poem to portray the Mongolian

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    Mongolia, commonly known as the land of blue sky. There, they enjoy almost 250 sunny days a year. However, their weather is not unlike Canada, where they experience extreme weather conditions ranging from 30oC in the summer to -45oC in the winter, unlike Canada though, their climate is very dry (Stanfield, 2001). The country is located between Russia and China longitudinally. In comparison to Russia, Mongolia is small, however, it is the eighth largest country in the world. In regards to terrain

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    measuring the internal development of the country. Roads - railway system and airport transport - may be broadly classified as logistical amenities. This paper will seek to underscore the institutional weaknesses inherent in Mongolia that lead to weak logistics in infrastructure. Mongolia is a landlocked country that borders China and Russia and depends solely on air and land transport. Land and air means of transport are the only possible means that the country can use to ferry goods in or out of the country

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    Gianna Lugo May 21, 2014 Technology Mrs. Motyka Flag: My research will be on Mongolia, here are the colors of Mongolia. The flag of Mongolia consists of three equal sized vertical stripes. The stripes on the left and right of the flag are red. The red once represented (Mongolia's socialist beliefs), but as for today it stands for liberty and progress. The blue stripe in the middle is a traditional color for Mongolia, which is a representation for the sky. There is a symbol on the left side of the

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    Ever thought how Mongolia took over most of Asia? If yes, it was the person who united all the warring clans of the Mongols under a single banner, Genghis Khan. He was born on 1162, Deluun Boldog and died tragically on August 18, 1227, Western Xia. Genghis Khan was not raised like a normal child, from a small age his family was attacked by many tribes.when he was young Genghis was captured and held prisoner by his father's former allies, the Taichi's. He had a hard early life but in the end, he

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    Mongolia Trade, Exports and Imports

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    completely engulfed by Russia and China, Mongolia. Mongolia is the size of Western Europe and it is landlocked. Mongolia is a large country with different physical features, but a main way of life (though it is changing now-a-days). Mongolia borders Russia and China, and its coordinates are 46 00 N, 105 00 E, and Mongolia’s capital and most populous city is Ulaanbaatar. Ulaanbaatar has 9 districts, the city is 4,70.4 km2, has a population of 1,226,991(Mongolia). Ulaanbaatar is located in The Tuul River

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    Throughout history the Mongols were viewed negatively, people would view the Mongolians as savages and barbaric people. For example a major scholar of Chinese history wrote: “the Mongols brought violence and destruction...” 1 People during the age of the Mongols would not make word of them ever being civilized, respectful or ever say anything positive about the Mongolians. Even historians have recorded the Mongolians in a negatively view. In the 13th-century a Persian historian wrote of the Mongol

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    Temujin, better known as Genghis Khan, was born in northern Mongolia in 1162. After uniting the nomadic Mongolian tribes in 1206, Khan led a successful military campaign that spanned more than three decades, pillaging vast areas of land and subjugating millions of people. Though Khan and his armies are often thought of as cruel barbarians, his advanced military tactics and progressive outlook on ruling painted him in a somewhat different light. Although he was born to a noble Mongolian family,

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    Genghis Khan was a legendary figure who changed the course of history in Mongolia during the 12th and 13th centuries. A great warrior and tribal leader, Genghis Khan ruled over the majority of the existing world population. The amount of land he conquered during his reign was unprecedented. His was the largest empire in history. Genghis Khan’s most significant accomplishment was uniting the diverse Mongolian people. Genghis Khan is also famous for many innovations such as establishing a writing

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    Mongolia Twlfth-century Mongolia is as far back as a search for their origins need go. A group of peopls speaking the languages of the family called Mongol who had long demanded the attention of Chinese governments then lived there. Generally, China played off one of them against another in the interests of its own security. They were barbarians, not much different in their cultural level from others who have already crossed these pages. Two tribes among them, the Tatars and that which became

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