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Greenland | Quick Facts

Greenland is a self-governed Danish territory lying between the Arctic and Atlantic Oceans. It is the sixth largest landmass on Earth, and by the most common convention it is the largest one to be...

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Gap Fills Exercise For Classes 9 and 10

This English grammar exercise is meant for students of classes 8, 9 and 10. You have to fill in the blanks with an appropriate word or phrase. Class 10 English Grammar Worksheets Scientists ……………1………………....

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Winds In Jupiter And Other Planets

If you were living near Jupiter’s famous Great Red Spot, your weather forecast would be something like this: Expect lightning storms and winds gusting to 340 miles per hour for the next few hundred...

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Myths About Famous Explorers

There are several myths about Explorers. Some of the most popular ones that still abide in popular memory are: Christopher Columbus discovered America Most people think so. But the truth is that the Vikings,...

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Careers In Gaming

Gaming has emerged as one of the best sources of entertainment in India . The gaming industry world wide is worth US $138 billion. The Indian gaming market is expected to touch $1.1 billion...

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Words Derived From Greek Mythology

Many English phrases have their origin in Greek mythology. Some of the mythological allusions are: Achilles heel: Achilles is a great warrior in Greek mythology. He was made invulnerable as a baby by being...

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William Shakespeare Biography

English dramatist and poet, William Shakespeare, (1564–1616), is considered the greatest playwright who ever lived. Life of Shakespeare Little is known of Shakespeare’s boyhood, but it is believed that he attended the grammar school...

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Tallest Mountains In The World

Called Chomolungma (“goddess mother of the world”) in Tibet and Sagarmatha (“goddess of the sky”) in Nepal, Mount Everest was once known by the pedestrian name of Peak XV among Westerners. That was before...