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Consanguinity and Medieval Marriages

Definition The term “consanguinity” simply means how close a blood relationship two persons have-how recently they have a common ancestor. Ancient History In Egypt, brother-sister marriages were common within the royal family. If the Biblical stories are taken as history, Abraham married his (half-)sister Sarah.
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Bell Curve and Normal Distribution Definition

The term bell curve is used to describe the mathematical concept called normal distribution, sometimes referred to as Gaussian distribution. "Bell curve" refers to the bell shape that is created when a line is plotted using the data points for an item that meets the criteria of normal distribution. In a bell curve, the center contains the greatest number of a value and, therefore, it is the highest point on the arc of the line.
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Comparing Climate Change and Global Warming

Global warming and climate change are science's odd couple - you hardly hear one mentioned without the other. But much like the confusion that surrounds climate science, this pair is often misunderstood and misused. Let's take a look at what each of these two terms really means, and how (even though they're often used as synonyms) they're in fact two very different events.
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