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  • The Strait Of Gibraltar, Mediterranean Outflow

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    Straits of Gibraltar, Mediterranean Outflow Name Institution   Straits of Gibraltar, Mediterranean Outflow The Strait of Gibraltar is located between the northern coast of Morocco and the southern coast of Spain. It is the only place that allows the water of the Mediterranean to mix with the water from the Atlantic Ocean. The Strait of Gibraltar is narrow strait separating peninsular Spain and Gibraltar in Morocco and Europe from Morocco as well as the Ceuta/ Spain in Africa. Also, the trait

  • Neanderthals: Article Analysis

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    Skeletal remains allow us to reflect on the lives of Neanderthals. For my article review I read about the diets of Neanderthals in Europe. I read “Neanderthal Exploitation of Marine Mammals in Gibraltar” written by C. B. Stringer. The article presents evidence located in two coastal sites in Gibraltar, suggesting that Neanderthals would hunt marine animals. The findings of skeletal remains of marine animals means that Neanderthals would regularly hunt down these animals, as opposed to accidentally

  • Why the Battle of the Somme is Regarded as a Great Military Tragedy

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    Why the Battle of the Somme is Regarded as a Great Military Tragedy On 1st July 1916, General Haig prepared the battle plan for an offensive on German lines, designed to relieve the strain on French forces at Verdun and break through a strong line of German defences. While Haig would have preferred an attack further north, he was hopeful that the operation should be successful in drawing forces away from Verdun and killing as many German troops as possible as part of

  • The Gibraltar Tunnel Treaty

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    article four of the 2020 Gibraltar Tunnel treaty by checking passports of passengers bound for Spain after the train has left the last scheduled stop on the Moroccan side of the tunnel. However, article two of that treaty makes it pertinently clear that the High Contracting Parties ‘shall take the measures which are necessary to ensure that the… operation of the Gibraltar Tunnel shall be consistent with their international obligations’. The High Contracting Parties of the Gibraltar Tunnel treaty are

  • Rhetorical Analysis Of Patrick Henry's Speech To The Virginia Convention

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    The Road to Freedom In 1836 the American colonies were at a crossroads. With no ideas on how to move forward, or how to break away from British control, colonists looked towards a leading figure to guide the way. This figure came in the form of Patrick Henry, a well-known American attorney who was willing to be the starting face of the revolution. With tensions in the colonies rising, many were willing to rebel against the newly implanted taxes imposed by the British. In his “Speech to the Virginia

  • What Were The Impact Of The Age Of Exploration

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    From the early 15th century to the 18th century, there was much exploration of the world through naval and land expeditions. The Portuguese, for instance, navigated their way to the East in 1498, Spain discovered the route between the Atlantic and the Pacific Oceans. This led to the rise of the global phenomenon called the Age of Discovery which led to the understanding of the shape and the distribution of land on the Earth. Mapping of the trade routes on seas and oceans acted as a guide and allowed

  • `` Two Treatises Of Government `` By John Locke Essay

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    "Our Revolutionary Army took on the greatest superpower of the time," said Colin Powell, former United States Secretary of State and retired four-star general of the United States Army in an interview discussing the Revolutionary War. The British settlers in America became increasingly self-sufficient and felt the British Crown was forcing high tax and denying them their civil liberties. Clearly, the British saw the colonies as a nation they could threaten. However, with a fresh enlightened perspective

  • The Relationship Between Gilbraltar and the United Kingdom Essay

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    the Official Journal of the EU , Gibraltar is neither part of the area without internal border controls nor of the customs territory of the European Union. Regarding the Area of freedom, security and justice in Title V of Part Three of the TFEU, Gibraltar is covered by the Protocol allowing the UK to opt into measures adopted regarding that Title, subject to the EU Council’s approval. The same would also apply in relation to the Schengen Protocol, so Gibraltar is only bound by such measures that

  • The Decay of Compact Discs

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    The decay of compact discs 1. Introduction Throughout the past recent years, the technologic community has advanced at rapid rates, generating changes in all domains of life. As technology brought more innovation in the lives of the Americans, it often forced out outdated products and replaced them with newer and higher quality items. One product which seems to be headed down this path is represented by the once very popular compact disc. The current project sets out to assess its position within

  • Ladbrokes Business Model

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    companies do not exploit customers. In the present global economy some laws may restrict companies, which in turn could lead to decreasing profits. In an attempt to cut costs Ladbrokes moved their online services to Gibraltar, which is a tax haven. The licenses are also different in Gibraltar compared to the England, this is important for companies because they can cut costs, as well as maximize their profits without the interference of the U.K Gambling commission. The recession was a major economic

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