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    Nova Scotia

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    Nova Scotia Nova Scotia, one of the three Maritime and one of the four Atlantic provinces of Canada, bordered on the north by the Bay of Fundy, the province of New Brunswick, Northumberland Strait, and the Gulf of Saint Lawrence and on the east, south, and west by the Atlantic Ocean. Nova Scotia consists primarily of a mainland section, linked to New Brunswick by the Isthmus of Chignecto, and Cape Breton Island, separated from the mainland by the Strait of Canso. On July 1, 1867, Nova Scotia became

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    combined with American jazz music and forms created one of the most unique and interesting styles of jazz music that America had seen: bossa nova. Bossa nova (“new style” or “new trend”), one of the first jazz styles without direct American origin, influenced music in America to use its ideas and sounds, but also to stray away from the new Brazilian style. Bossa nova is a sub-genre of Latin jazz, which originated largely in Latin America. There are a few major differences between Latin jazz and straight-ahead

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    Abstract. This report covers three field trips have been done for the course of “Geology of Nova Scotia”. Nova Scotia is a province located in Eastern Canada fronting the Atlantic Ocean. The geological history of the province spans more than 1.2 billion years . Nova Scotia has a great variety of coastal landforms. Most of the land in this province is bedrock. As the result, erosion and transportation of unconsolidated material, have been doing formed beautiful landforms like beaches and marshes.

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    The Maratime Rights Movement (Nova Scotia, Canada) The Maritime Rights Movement is usually seen as part of the economic decline of post world war period in the Maritimes. The Maritimes were going through hard times, the depression was said to have started in the Maritimes ten years before the rest of Canada did in 1929. The Movement had the Maritimes economic and social needs as it's priorities. The Maritimes views were often contradictory to those of West and Central parts of Canada. The Movement

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    Forestry Management

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    Forestry Management in Nova Scotia The Canadian forest sector has been a strong and vital element of national and regional well being. Through the management, harvesting, processing and marketing of timber resources, Canada has developed a reputation of being one of the largest timber resources in the forest industry. However, to maintain this reputation and economic well being there are several issues to address in order to protect and sustain this renewable resource. This paper will focus on

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    Early Understanding of HIV and Syphilis

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    Many felt the diseases were so racially specific that whites were completely immune to the epidemics. Some even felt that Blacks became infected because they were inferior unchristian beings, and as being so, they were being punished by god. (PBS/NOVA “The Deadly Deception”) As an effect of this logic, many more fell victim to the sicknesses, refusing treatment due to these beliefs. This racial attitude of the time also severely hindered the discovery of the real causes of HIV and Syphilis. Many

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    Metallic Hydrogen

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    our planetary system. Hydrogen is very important to a lot of work done at the Lab. Hydrogen in the form of deuterium and tritium isotopes is the fuel in laser-fusion targets and how it behaves at high temperatures and pressures is very important to Nova and the National Ignition Facility."3 By measuring the electrical conductivity, they found that metallization occurs at pressure equivalent to 1.4 million times Earth's atmospheric pressure, nine times the initial density of hydrogen, and at a temperature

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    The Extra Value Meal

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    Aaron lit a Basic brand cigarette as Amir pulled his beat up 1976 snot green Chevy Nova into the crowded parking lot of the McDonalds on Route 1 in Saugus, Massachusetts. He always seemed to do this to himself; lighting cigarettes when he'd just have to snipe them out on the bottom of his tattered army boot. He put his pointer finger to his head and pantomimed shooting himself. Amir glanced at him uneasily, then scanned the lot for an open space. Aaron drew hard on his cigarette, filling his

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    If I were conducting this interview this is the format I would follow and the questions I would ask this character. Hi Star Lord, also known as, Peter Quill, it is very nice to meet you. Your role in the adventurous fantasy action filled movie, Guardians of the Galaxy, is the “interstellar adventurer” (IMDb.com, Inc., 2016). You were abducted from Earth when you were very young, and now has to live within the Galaxy, which is a completely different lifestyle than what you did start to grow up with

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    Canberra Bushfires

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    every house in this one suburb was destroyed or partly burnt by the fires. Damage was reported to be in the hundreds of millions, with many treasured possessions lost, never to be recovered again. This story of survival was heard on the radio station Nova 97.9. A neighbour from Duffy lived near a farm. The man who owned the farm didn’t even try to save his home. He knew that he would never save it, so he went down the road, took his hose and helped his fellow neighbour save their home. That home was

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    The Azores

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    three groups. The Eastern group is made up of Santa Maria and Sao Miguel. The central group is made up of Terceira, Graciosa, Sao Jorge, Pico, and Faial. The western group is made up of Flores and Corvo. The capital of these islands are: Corvo, Vila Nova do Corvo, Flores, Lages, Faial, Horta, Graciosa, Santa Cruz, Pico, Lagis, Sao Jorge, Vila das Velas, Sao Miguel, Ponta Delgada, Santa Maria, Vila do Porto, and Terceira, Angra do Heroismo. All the islands have there own little story on which they tell

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    However, insurance companies and car dealers are very much aware of the student situation and have classified certain cars as ‘student cars’, and to clarify this, include cars from Peugeot (106, 306), Renault (Clio), Citroen (Saxo), and Vauxhall (Nova) to name but a few. Now it seems that these cars all have relatively low engine sizes, commonly ranging from 900-1800cc, and are all placed in relatively low insurance groups (and therefore have lower insurance costs), but this may not be the

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    Clockmaker" is Americans. "The Clockmaker" was written when Nova Scotia had "No capital or markets and with a population which had acquired habits that were not suited for a life of meagre income and sober farming" (Klinck, 92-101). Haliburton blamed the Americans for this. One of the reasons he wrote "The Clockmaker" was to enlighten Nova Scotia and the rest of the world about the true heritage and resources of the colony. "The salvation of Nova Scotia could only come, he felt through a marked change

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    understand each other, the dialect varies between bands. For example, the Mi’kmaq spoken in Quebec differs from that in Nova Scotia. The Mi’kmaq tribe settled in southwestern New Foundland in 1630. They were the “first nation people” (Nova Scotia 1) of Nova Scotia and later also settled in New England. They are the dominant tribe in the Canadian Maritimes and are f Roman Catholic faith, (Nova Scotia 1; Wallis and Wallis14, 21-22; Sultzman 1). In traditional times, men, women and children all wore similar

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    Utopia

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    Utopia In the year 1515, a book in Latin text was published which became the most significant and controversial text ever written in the field of political science. Entitled, ‘DE OPTIMO REIPUBLICATE STATU DEQUE NOVA INSULA UTOPIA, clarissimi disertissimique viri THOMAE MORI inclutae civitatis Londinensis civis et Vicecomitis’, translated into English would read, ‘ON THE BEST STATE OF A COMMONWEALTH AND ON THE NEW ISLAND OF UTOPIA, by the Most Distinguished and Eloquent Author THOMAS MORE Citizen

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    Jazz paper

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    pieces to satisfy our curiosity regarding musical evolution in Jazz, we should also not lose sight of the fact that these are two very enjoyable styles of music. From the lively swing orchestras inspiring large audiences to dance, to the softer Bossa Nova sound which is pleasing to hear in a relaxed setting, both have contributed to the growth of musical creativity in Jazz from the 1930’s through today. Shaw first broke through with an unusual string quartet in New York’s Imperial Theater. By early

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    Nova Economy Benefits

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    After attending university in Nova Scotia for four years and taking the carbon economy class. I pondered to myself. If British Columbia is a province located near the ocean and they are focusing on renewable energy sources such as wind, solar and hydro. Surely, Nova Scotia is in the process or is currently using these methods to power their economy. Through my research it has become apparent that this is not the case. Although this is not the case at the moment, Nova Scotia is taking steps in the

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    Basketball in NS

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    Basketball was first introduced to Nova Scotia as early as 1895 but in the past thirty years the popularity of the sport has really taken off. The high concentration of universities in the province, the tradition and esteem of the high school programs, and the continued support from a large and knowledgeable basketball community have made the game a staple of Nova Scotia life, culminating with the capital city of Halifax becoming known as the basketball capital of Canada. When you talk about basketball

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    Nova Persuasive Essay

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    earth because they are uneducated or because the schools did not educate them enough. NOVA is trying to bring awareness to the problem and fix it. They want to make a television show, want to make a VR experience, and want to provide free educational movies to public schools. This campaign is worth investing in because people will be more educated and have more knowledge about the world. The people behind the Nova campaign are both mavens because they have actual facts they are sharing and they are

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    Environment Report: Tidal Power In The Bay of Fundy INTRODUCTION The Bay of Fundy, which is found off the shores of Nova Scotia, has the highest tides in the world . Extraordinary tides occur when the tidal wave length is two to four times the length of the Bay. By virtue of blind luck or physics, the tide is amplified into a standing wave, like water sloshing in a bathtub. For a breaking wave to form, the surging tide must meet an obstacle. When the ocean meets the river going in

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