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USS Minneapolis CA-36 - History

USS Mobile CL-63Mobile III(CL-63: dp., 10,000, 1. 610& 39;1& 34;; b. 68& 39;4& 34;, dr. 24& 39;11& 34;, B. 33 k.; cpl. 1,288; a. 12 6& 34;, 12 5& 34;, 28 40mm.; cl. Cleveland )The third Mobile (CL-63) was laid down 14 April 1941 by Newport News Shipbuilding and Dry Dock Co., Newport News, Va.; launched 15 May 1942; sponsored by Mrs.
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Kenosha AK-190 - History

KenoshaA county in Wisconsin.Kenosha (ScStr) was renamed Plymouth (q.v.) on 15 May 1869.(AK-190: dp. 7,450; 1. 338& 39;7& 39;& 39;; b. 50& 39;; dr. 21& 39;1& 34;; s. 12 k. cpl. 85; a. 1 3& 39;& 39;, 6 20mm.; el. Alamosa)Kenosha (AK-190) was launched 25 August 1944 by Walter Butler Shipbuilding Co., Superior, Wis.
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Geography

Federal District

In the Federal District is located the capital of the country, Brasilia, founded on April 21, 1960. Until the creation of Brasilia, the Federal Capital was the city of Rio de Janeiro. The Federal District is the smallest autonomous territory in Brazil and, by constitutional limitation, cannot be divided into municipalities. It is formed by the capital Brasilia and by several administrative regions (RAs), such as Gama, Ceilândia, Sobradinho, Guará, etc.
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Romulus and Rowing - Legends and Myths

According to Roman mythology, Romulus and Remus are two twin brothers, one of whom, Romulus, was the founder of the city of Rome and its first king. Legend has it that Romulus and Remus were the sons of the Greek god Ares, or Mars, his Latin name, and the mortal Reia Silvia (or Rhea Silvia), daughter of Numitor, king of Alba Longa.
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Egypt

The initial records of the civilization that formed on the banks of the Nile River date back approximately 6,000 years. What we know about that civilization tells us that it has reached a complex standard in art, science, commerce, and religion. This elaborate culture accentuated the difference between those who had and those who had no possessions.
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Ancient Greece (continued)

Most of the paintings have disappeared and can only be seen in some preserved vases. The music was performed by a single wind or stringed instrument, the favorites being the lyre, the zither and the class, a type of flute. Singing was much appreciated, so many poems were written in song form for accompaniment with lyre.
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