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Asklepieion

Asklepieion, also known as Asclepeion, in Kos was an ancient Greek and Roman sacred centre of healing based on the teachings of Hippocrates.It seems that there has been a healing sanctuary at the site of Asklepieion since prehistory, but the main ruins today are those of later sanctuaries. The most significant was dedicated to Asklepios, who was a deity of health.
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Requisitos tramitación urgente de visa con proceso expedito

Cuando se inicia una solicitud o petición ante el Servicio de Inmigración y Ciudadanía (USCIS, por sus siglas en inglés) los plazos de tramitación pueden ser muy largos. Por lo que es razonable plantearse si es posible acelerarlos mediante un pago premium. La respuesta es afirmativa pero sólo en casos relacionados con peticiones por trabajo.
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The Story of the Great Depression in Photos

This collection of pictures of the Great Depression offers a glimpse into the lives of Americans who suffered through it. Included in this collection are pictures of the dust storms that ruined crops, leaving many farmers unable to keep their land. Also included are pictures of migrant workers-people who had lost their jobs or their farms and traveled in the hopes of finding some work.
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Thomas W. Stewart, Inventor of the Wringing Mop

Thomas W. Stewart, an African-American inventor from Kalamazoo, Michigan, patented a new type of mop (U.S. patent #499,402) on June 11, 1893. Thanks to his invention of a clamping device that could wring water out of the mop by using a lever, floor cleaning was not nearly the chore it once was. Mops Through the Ages Throughout much of history, floors were made out of packed dirt or plaster.
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10 Steps of Animal Evolution, From Fish to Primates

Vertebrate animals have come a long way since their tiny, translucent ancestors swam the world's seas over 500 million years ago. The following is a roughly chronological survey of the major vertebrate animal groups, ranging from fish to amphibians to mammals, with some notable extinct reptile lineages (including archosaurs, dinosaurs, and pterosaurs) in between.
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First or Second Conditional?

The first and second conditional in English refer to a present or future situation. Generally, the difference between the two forms depends on whether a person believes that a situation is possible or unlikely. Often, the condition or imagined situation is ridiculous or clearly impossible, and in this case, the choice between first or second conditional is easy: We choose the second conditional.
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