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How to Make Science Toys

You don't have to go to a store to get science and educational toys. Some of the best science toys are the ones you can make yourself using common household materials. Here are some easy and fun science toys to try. Lava Lamp You can make your own lava lamp using safe household ingredients. Anne Helmenstine This is the safe, non-toxic version of a lava lamp.
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Important Parts of a Chainsaw

There are 10 typical parts of a chainsaw identified and illustrated. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires that the chainsaw ​have the parts identified in ​ bold italic text. Chainsaws placed into service after February 9, 1995, must also meet the requirements of ANSI B175.1-1991, safety requirements for gasoline-powered chainsaws.
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Commonly Confused Words: Hole and Whole

The words hole and whole are homophones: they sound alike but have different meanings. Definitions The noun hole refers to an opening, a hollow place, a defect, or a dingy place. The adjective whole means entire, complete, or unbroken. As a noun, whole means an entire amount or a thing complete in itself.
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George Washington, Mark Lardas

George Washington, Mark LardasGeorge Washington, Mark LardasCommand 21This is one of the more successful entries in Osprey& 39;s Command series. George Washington was a general who tended to lose battles, but eventually won his war, giving the author the chance to examine how a great commander learnt from defeats (not always due to mistakes).
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The History of Prostitution

Contrary to the old cliché, prostitution is almost certainly not the world's oldest profession. That would probably be hunting and gathering, followed perhaps by subsistence farming. Prostitution has existed in nearly every civilization on earth, however, stretching back throughout all of recorded human history.
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Syrian Civil War Explained

Syrian civil war grew out of a popular uprising against the regime of President Bashar al-Assad in March 2011, part of Arab Spring uprisings in the Middle East. The brutal response of the security forces against initially peaceful protests demanding democratic reform and end of repression triggered a violent reaction.
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