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Facts about Exo

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1. Exo comes from Exoplanet The music group Exo derived its name from the exoplanet. Exoplanet is a term referring to planets outside of the Solar System. 2. Exo is a Chinese-South Korean Ban Exo,&hellip

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Facts about colleges

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1. The average college debt per student is 23,700 dollars The average college student’s debt in the US is 23,700 dollars and the average student loan payment is 432 dollars per month. Of the thirty-seven&hellip

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Facts about cobalt

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1. Cobalt was discovered by a Swedish Chemist Cobalt was discovered in the 1730s by Swedish chemist, George Brandt. This happened years before the scientific community discussed and accepted that this metal existed. Until the&hellip

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Facts about Chichen Itza

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1. Chichen Itza was built by Maya People The history of Chichen Itza can be traced back to the classic period of Mayan civilization. Chichen Itza was a big city built by the Maya people.&hellip

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Facts about the nervous system

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1. The nervous system has two main parts Most animals have a nervous system that contains two parts namely the central and the peripheral. The central nervous system in vertebrates contains the brain, spinal cord,&hellip

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Facts about Porcupines

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1. Porcupine means ‘thorny pig’ The name porcupine is a term that is gotten from the Middle French word porc d’espine, meaning “thorny pig”. Middle English variants include “porcupyne” and “porcapyne”. 2. Porcupine is the&hellip

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Facts about Police officers

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1. US Policing followed UK Policing The evolution of policing in the United States closely followed the growth of policing in England. Policing took two forms, the informal and communal form in the early colonies&hellip

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Facts about Koala Bear

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1. Koala bear is not a bear Despite the fact that this animal is called the koala “bear” the cuddly creature is not a bear at all. A Koala is a marsupial or pouched mammal.&hellip

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Facts about Mauna Loa

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1. Mauna Loa means Long Mountain The word Mauna Loa is Hawaiian meaning ‘Long Mountain’. This name is suitable for the part of Mauna Loa, which extends about one hundred and twenty kilometers from the&hellip

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Facts about Pasta

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1. Pasta making dates back to 13th Century The popular tale has it that Marco Polo introduced pasta to Italy following his survey of the Far East which happened in the late 13th century. Even&hellip

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13 Must Know Facts About Sao Paulo

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Land of Drizzle” and Dazzle “Land of Drizzle” or “Terra da Garoa”. Yes, this is what Sao Paulo got as its nickname. Located in South America, it is the largest city or mega city in&hellip

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Facts about Meteoroids

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Present in space, its entry into the earth’s atmosphere results in spectacular sights in the sky. While sometimes disappearing back into the sky after a mystifying event in the sky, these components of space may&hellip

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Facts about friction

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Ever tried skating on ice? If yes, you would probably know by now that ice skating is the easiest way to slip and fall on your back without even trying! Try the same on a&hellip

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Facts about Catholicism

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1. Origin of the name Catholic The mention of the term “Catholic” was by Ignatius of Antioch around the year A.D.110. This term is drawn from the Greek word “Katholikos”, which connotes on the way&hellip

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Facts about success

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1. Self-belief is important to Success If one believes in themselves and has a vision that is strong enough to defeat every negative thought in their head, they can succeed in achieving all the goals&hellip

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