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    Washington History

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    populated with the majority of the residents located in a few key areas. The main population centers of thirty thousand or more pertaining to Washington are the Puget Sound area, and Spokane. In Oregon it is the Willamette Valley from Portland to Eugene and Medford where the population centers are located. Idaho, while being much more rural then Washington and Oregon, does have clusters of more highly populated areas in select geographic areas, such as Boise and Pocatello. All of Idaho’s major urban

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    Washington State

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    Technology 26 May 2010 Washington State Washington State is the 42nd state to enter the Union on November 11th, 1889. It is known for being the Evergreen state. It was given this nickname because of its abundant evergreen forests. The state bird is the Willow goldfinch which is sometimes called the yellow canary. The state fruit is the apple and the vegetable is the Walla Walla Sweet Onion. The vegetable was recently selected in 2007 as the state vegetable. Washington is a leading lumber producer

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    Washington

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    George Washington, the first president of the United States, was a strong and effective leader. His tenure as president would set the standard for those after him. He had great strengths as a leader, which would help him profoundly in the founding of the country. In his early life, Washington lived on his father’s plantations, moving several times in his childhood.[2] He was born in 1732 to Augustine and Mary Ball Washington. However, Augustine would die an unexpected death when Washington was 11

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    The development of Washington Irving’s writings is told throughout both criticisms. In the criticisms they explain how he thought of his ideas and developed them into stories. Both criticisms state how Irving had used mentors, observations, historical events, and research to help create these suburb stories full of emotion loved by many throughout the nation. In “Irving as a writer” the author speaks very highly of Washington Irving. The anonymous author states that Washington is not a novelist but

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    George Washington

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    Washington, George (1732-99), commander in chief of the Continental army during the American Revolution, and later the first president of the United States. He symbolized qualities of discipline, aristocratic duty, military orthodoxy, and persistence in adversity that his contemporaries particularly valued as marks of mature political leadership. Washington was born on February 22, 1732, in Westmoreland County, Virginia, the eldest son of Augustine Washington, a Virginia planter, and Mary Ball Washington

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    George Washington

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    George Washington was born on February 22, 1732 in Westmoreland County, Virginia. He was the eldest of six children by Augustine Washington and his second wife Mary Ball. The majority of Washington’s education came from his father and after his death when George was 11 years of age in 1743, his elder half-brother Lawrence. Young George quickly learned the trade of surveying and at the age of 16 in 1748 he joined a surveying party sent out to the Shenandoah Valley by Lord Fairfax, a land baron. For

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    Washington Square

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    Washington Square I’m depressed. Well, how could I not be? I just finished reading Washington Square. I’m happy it’s over, but I’m not happy I finished it. No, that doesn’t make sense does it? Lets just say, I had a feeling how it was going to end up; I just hoped that I would be wrong. Unfortunately the one time I didn’t want to be right I was. Isn’t that the way it always works? I guess so. Catherine, dear plain old, Catherine. Poor girl, father thinks she’s plain, she thinks she’s

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    George Washington

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    George Washington The genetic disorder I was told to research was the Sickle Cell Disease. I will explain what mutation causes this disease, the characteristics of it, and what has developed in the area of gene therapy because of it. The Sickle Cell Disease is an inherited disease. The gene for hemogoblin-S (which causes the disease) is the most common inherited blood condition in America; although most people only inherit one copy of the gene for HbS, while the other gene, hemogoblin-A, is

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    A REPORT ON WASHINGTON STATE The State of Washington is located in the far northwest corner of the United States. It has 66,582 square miles between the Pacific Ocean on the west and the Idaho boarder to the east. Washington borders Canada on the north and Oregon on the south along the Columbia River. Washington is the 20th largest state and has very different western and eastern natural environments, which are divided by the Cascade Range. It is home to 6 million residents (2001 census estimate)

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    George Washington

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    George Washington is best known as the "Father of our Country." He cared for this country much like a parent would care for a child. During his presidency, he solved many noteworthy problems. His achievements led to a democratic, wonderful country we like to call The United States of America. Although he’s not thought of as glamorous, George Washington is looked upon with the utmost respect and awe by all countries of the world. George Washington was born in Westmoreland County, Virginia

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