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Persian Wars: Battle of Marathon

The Battle of Marathon was fought during the Persian Wars (498 BC-448 BC) between Greece and the Persian Empire. Date Using a proleptic Julian calendar, it is believed that the Battle of Marathon was fought on either August or September 12, 490 BC. Armies & Commanders Greeks Militiades Callimachus Arimnestus approx.
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Mount Wilson Observatory

Mount Wilson Observatory is located in the San Gabriel Mountains, overlooking Pasadena. Built with funds provided by the Carnegie Institution of Washington in 1904, the observatory houses two telescopes that were the largest in the world at the time, and has been involved in many seminal discoveries in astronomy.
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4 Spanish Words and a Phrase You Can Use for 'What'

Perhaps you have seen the word "what" translated to Spanish in Spanish in various ways and wanted to know the differences in how they are used. Common ways of translating what include include qué , cómo , lo que , and cuál . To know when to use the correct version of "what," it is helpful to know how "what" is being used and how it functions as a part of speech.
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'The Rosie Project' by Graeme Simsion

In some ways, by Graeme Simsion is a light, fun read for book clubs that need a break from heavy books. Simsion does, however, give groups plenty to discuss about Asperger syndrome, love, and relationships. Hopefully, these questions will help you have fun discussing the book. Spoiler Warning: These questions contain details from the end of the novel.
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Introduction to CRISPR Genome Editing

Imagine being able to cure any genetic disease, prevent bacteria from resisting antibiotics, alter mosquitoes so they can't transmit malaria, prevent cancer, or successfully transplant animals organs into people without rejection. The molecular machinery to achieve these goals isn't the stuff of a science fiction novel set in the distant future.
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Final episode of M*A*S*H airs

On February 28, 1983, the celebrated sitcom M*A*S*H bows out after 11 seasons, airing a special two-and-a-half hour episode watched by 77 percent of the television viewing audience. It was the largest percentage ever to watch a single TV show up to that time.Set near Seoul, Korea, behind the American front lines during the Korean War, M*A*S*H was based on the 1968 novel by Richard Hooker and the 1970 film produced by 20th Century Fox and directed by Robert Altman.
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