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    Anlo Ewe-Speaking People of Ghana

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    The Anlo people of Ghana migrated from western Nigeria due to warfare. They relocated and still inhabit what is now known as Ghana, Togo, and Benin. The population was severely diminish by the slave trade. The language spoken by the Anlo people is Ewe, which varies in dialect mostly on jargon and sound of speech. This is due to the fact that when Europe started to colonize Africa the colonies were shared by Britain, France and Germany, which has caused political problems to this day. The connection

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    conflicting rights of non-English speaking people be taken away because of an English-only law? I think non-English speaking people have the right to speak their homeland language in public events and as part of their social lives. In America no one should be allowed to be a form of prisoner because of their native language. There should be laws or ordinances to prohibit persons from confronting—either verbally or physically- non-English speaking persons for speaking their native language in their work

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    War: Direct Result of Compromised Freedom The term "war" is one that most competent English speaking people are familiar with, and it is one that most of those same people could attempt to define. The only problem lies in the definition that one would receive. War is so complex and multifaceted that it is truly understood by only a few people. Wars date far back into history, and they have been fought for more reasons than could be listed. It seems strange, but untimately, they are fought

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    Kahlil Gibran

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    Kahlil Gibran Information on the Author Kahlil Gibran (1883-1931), a poet, philosopher, and an artist was born in Lebanon, a land which has produced many prophets. The millions of Arabic speaking people, familiar with his writing consider him a genius of his age. However, his fame and influence was not limited to the Near East only, but far beyond these borders. His poetry has been translated into more than twenty languages. His drawings and paintings have been exhibited in the great capitals

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    characteristics of these people. Two tribes who speak the same unique language may be separated by thousands of miles. The three major linguistic groups are the Bantu, Central Sudanic, and Ubangian with Bantu being the most prevalent. 2000 to 3000 years ago large numbers of Bantu speaking people slowly but steadily began to migrate from modern day Sudan to the Congo basin, or modern day Zaire (www.nbufront.org). The original inhabitants of this area were the Pygmies, the diminutive forest people. I am going to

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    The Mae Enga

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    The Mae Enga Over the centuries the Enga people of Papua New Guinea have adapted certain cultural characteristics to cope with varying environmental and social changes. Some aspects of the Enga peopleís lives that have shown the most cultural adaptation to the surrounding ecosystem are their horticultural practices, system of tribal warfare and clan organization. Through these adaptations, the Enga have gained ways to regulate their population, reduce their risk, control, communal resources

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    Bangladesh

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    Bangladesh was a political backwater instead of being involve in any of India political or military events the area which is call Bangladesh now just sat back and watch. Bengal which is what Bangladesh use to be call historians believe that Dravidian speaking people move in the area around 1000 B.C. and they were give the name Bang. This Home land had various names which reflected tribal names like Vanga, Banga, Bangala, Bangal, and Bengal. The first great empire that spread over Bangladesh was the Mauryan

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    Louis XIV: The Greatest Leader of France The Days of Elegance The term "splendid" is one that most English speaking people are familiar with. To most of those people it has a meaning related to the overall appearance or feeling of what ever is being described. Webster's dictionary defines the term as: 1. magnificent and sumptuous. 2. distinguished or glorious. Splendor is more that that. It is an adjective that could be used to describe something so great and breath taking that one

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    colonies and large areas of land (Rhineland) were taken away. This seemed to be very unfair to the Germans. The second was uniting all German-speaking people. During, the period after the treaty, the Poles and Czechs were allowed to build their own nations whereas Germany was prohibited to create the single German nation with Austria (German speaking country). The final policy was aimed to give the Germans Lebensraum, translated as living space. He felt that Germany was overcrowded and did

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    World War II facts

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    Italy 5) no outside support for loyalists; Franco wins in 1939 6) war was used by the Germans and the Italians as a testing ground for their new tech stuff and techniques etc… D. Austria march 1938 1) Hitler invades to unify German speaking people 2) Austrian people don’t resist …they support Hitler 3) no action taken by France of Britain 4) gives Germany border with ally Italy and a foot hold in central Europe E. Czechoslovakia November 1938 1) Hitler wants the sudetanland claiming mostly Germans

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