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The magma rises upward until it erupts onto the seafloor. When the sizzling lava (which is what magma is called when it erupts) hits the cooler water, it hardens into an underwater volcano. Over time — and numerous eruptions — the volcano packs on enough hardened lava to pop aboveRead More →

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Castle designs have changed over history. This is because of changes in technology over time – as well as changes to the function and purpose of castles. The first castles were simply ‘mounds’ of earth, and medieval castle designs improved on these basics – adding ditches in the Motte &Read More →

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Do not abbreviate the names of time zones (PT, ET) unless space limitations require you to do so. Coordinated Universal Time is abbreviated UTC—not CUT. For an international time zone that does not have a name, use an expression like this: UTC+7. (This time zone is 7 hours ahead ofRead More →

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four hours Hot and Cold Holding of Potentially Hazardous Foods Food must be held at 135 degrees Fahrenheit or higher before the food is removed from the temperature control. Label the food upon receipt with the time it must be discarded. The discard time is four hours after the foodRead More →

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The first wave is usually very small, the next one is bigger, and then you get the biggest one, which is often in the middle of the group. Then, they tend to get smaller and smaller. The explanation is simple. The waves in the back move forward, grow in size,Read More →

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Nigeria observes West Africa Time all year. There are no Daylight Saving Time clock changes. Which country has the same time as South Africa? South African Standard Time (SAST) is the time zone used by all of South Africa as well as Eswatini and Lesotho. The zone is two hoursRead More →

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Rabbits gestate for only 30 days, and usually have litters of between 4 and 12 babies (kits), depending on the breed. Once the babies are born, the doe can mate and get pregnant again as soon as the following day. How do you know when rabbits are mating? Mating. WhenRead More →

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WORDS RELATED TO LONG TIME ages. coon’s age. forever and a day. forever and ever. long time. years. What can I say instead of film? Synonyms of film flick, flicker, motion picture, movie, moving picture, picture. What do you call a great film? Definition of a good film: a skillfullyRead More →

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Loggerheads are the County’s most common nester, accounting for 90-95% of all nests. This species tends to nest from April through early September with peak nesting in June and July. Green turtles nest from late May through early September, tending to have alternating extreme high and low nesting seasons. WhatRead More →