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Battle of Syracuse, 415 BC

Battle of Syracuse, 415 BC The battle of Syracuse (or of the Anapus River) of 415 BC was an Athenian victory won close to the shore south of the city of Syracuse, but one that had no impact on the long-term outcome of the Sicilian expedition, which ended in total defeat (Great Peloponnesian War). The Athenian expedition to Sicily began rather badly.
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What Is a Bar Graph?

A bar graph or a bar chart is used to represent data visually using bars of different heights or lengths. Data is graphed either horizontally or vertically, allowing viewers to compare different values and draw conclusions quickly and easily. A typical bar graph will have a label, axis, scales, and bars, which represent measurable values such as amounts or percentages.
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The Truth About Middle East Oil Reserves

He terms "Middle East" and "oil-rich" are often taken as synonyms of each other. Talk of the Middle East and oil has made it seem as if every country in the Middle East were an oil-rich, oil-producing exporter. Yet, the reality is at odds with that assumption. The Greater Middle East adds up to more than 30 countries.
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Famous Last Words: Actors and Actresses

Whether realized at the time they are said or only in hindsight, nearly everyone will express a word, phrase or sentence that proves the last thing he or she ever says while alive. Sometimes profound, sometimes everyday, here you will find a select collection of the last words spoken by famous actors and actresses of cinema, television and stage.
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Toward vs. Towards: How to Choose the Right Word

Is that car hurtling "toward" you or "towards" you? Are you looking "toward" or "towards" a fulfilling retirement? Although the meaning of "toward" and "towards" is contextually the same (much like "gray" and "grey"), where and how they are used can make a difference. How to Use "Toward" Typically used to mean “in the direction of,” "toward" and "towards" are equally acceptable spellings, and as prepositions, they are commonly used interchangeably.
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Dealing With Woodpecker and Sapsucker Tree Issues

Many woodpeckers and sapsuckers are tree bark-feeding birds with unique clinging feet, long tongues, and specialized beaks. These beaks are designed to help with communicating the possession of territory to rivals and locating and accessing sap and insects. This is done mostly by rapid drumming and pecking noisily on tree trunks with their beaks.
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