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Inspirational and Motivational Team Quotes

Motivational quotes can be used in many different ways and can be shared through aloud or in written form. Coaches, managers, directors, and human resources professions lead, inspire, and direct their teams with quotes from major figures in literature, politics, sports, entertainment, and philosophy.
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Lewis Structure Definition and Example

Lewis structures go by many names, including Lewis electron dot structures, Lewis dot diagrams, and electron dot structures. All these names refer to the same sort of diagram, which is intended to show the locations of bonds and electron pairs. Key Takeaways: Lewis Structure A Lewis structure is a diagram that shows the covalent bonds and lone electron pairs in a molecule.
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How 'The Birth of a Nation' Revived the Ku Klux Klan

History is usually written by the winners. But that wasn’t the case when The Birth of a Nation was released on February 8, 1915. In just over three hours, D.W. Griffith’s controversial epic film about the Civil War and Reconstruction depicted the Ku Klux Klan as valiant saviors of a post-war South ravaged by Northern carpetbaggers and immoral freed Black people.
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What Is a Tell? the Remnants of Ancient Mesopotamian Cities

A tell (alternately spelled tel, til, or tal) is a special form of archaeological mound, a human-built construction of earth and stone. Most types of mounds around the world are built within a single phase or period of time, as temples, as burials, or as significant additions to the landscape. A tell, however, consists of the remains of a city or village, built and rebuilt in the same location for hundreds or thousands of years.
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What Was the First National Wildlife Refuge?

The National Wildlife Refuge Service is the world's largest collection of protected areas dedicated to wildlife preservation, more than 150 million acres of strategically located wildlife habitat protecting thousands of species. There are wildlife refuges in all 50 states and U.S. territories, and most major U.
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Double Displacement Reaction Definition and Examples

A double displacement reaction is a type of reaction where two reactants exchange ions to form two new compounds. Double displacement reactions typically result in the formation of a product that is a precipitate. Double displacement reactions take the form: AB + CD → AD + CB Key Takeaways: Double Displacement Reaction A double displacement reaction is a type of chemical reaction in which the reactant ions exchange places to form new products.
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