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Land Rights Act of 1976
the law that gave aboriginal people the right to claim land in the northern territory of australia
the result of a minority group giving up its culture and adopting the culture of the majority group
the concept of empty land by which the british government decided that it had the right to take land in australia without making treaties with the aboriginal people
a legal case in which the court recognized that the aboriginal people had owned land before the british arrived in australia
the name of the aboriginal people called the mixed-race children who were taken from their families and placed with white families
reforms-go along with north america culture and do not base their lives on the torah
conservative- keep strong religious beliefs but still go on about material lives
orthodox- base everything off torah and live off torah
three most prominent forms of judaism
small container with a scroll inside of it that has the shema written on it; often found at the entrance to a jewish home
decreed the jews could no longer inhabit palestine
second large-scale revolt the jews waged against the romans ended in AD 135 when the romans
theory that germs are airborne
idea of hospitals
inventions by islamic scholars
climate is suitable for growing citrus fruits, olives, and vegetables
how does the mediterranean coast differ from other areas of southwest asia?
dams and irrigation systems
what is necessary for large-scale farming to take place in southwest asia?
issued edict of milan
assembled the council of nicaea
acts of emperor of constantine
a common jewish belief which held that the world had come under the control of evil forces and was heading towards the climatic end time
mountains are across france, italy, germany, switzerland, austria, and the northern balkan peninsula
flows 820 miles from interior of europe to the north sea
port of rotterdam is the mouth of this river
roman catholic country is divided into two regions with the southern section made up of french speaking walloons. steel is its largest industry; headquarters for the EU
during the last 600 years more than 40% of the land has been reclaimed by pumping out the north sea; contains the worlds busiest seaport
poorest country in europe; large cork forests, occupies the western portion of the iberian peninsula
-economy based on fishing
-3/4 of land is glaciers, lakes, lava desert, volcanoes and wasteland
-roman catholic and protestant
-rhine, danube, elbe rivers
-black forest bavarian alps
-eastern half under communist rule until 1990
-forests cover over 70% of land
-economy based on paper and pulp
-1939 soviet troops invaded
-1/3 of country lies north of arctic circle
-facist dictatorship of benito mussolini
-home of the pope
-venice, naples, florence
-political stability make its bank accounts a favorite of foreign investors
-southern half of the country is covered by the alps
-official languages: german, french, italian
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