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Ceratosaurus Facts

Ceratosaurus is an unusual dinosaur. It was a carnivore (meat eater) that walked on two legs. It is instantly recognizable because it had a short horn on the end of its snout. Other noteworthy ..
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Kentrosaurus Facts

Kentrosaurus is an unusual herbivorous (plant eating) dinosaur that lived in Africa. This was during the late Jurassic period between approximately 156 million and 150 million years ago. It is ..
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Pachycephalosaurus Facts

Pachycephalosaurus was an herbivorous (plant eating) dinosaur that lived in North America. It inhabited this region during the late Cretaceous period, between about 76 million and 65 million years ..
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Ankylosaurus Facts

There are some iconic dinosaurs that practically everybody recognizes, often because we have seen them in films, TV, books, or sometimes on items such as clothing or toys. Some examples of such ..
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Dinosaur Facts

Most children, and quite a few adults too, love dinosaurs. After all, what is not to love about a gigantic extinct animal? But although you may have seen plenty of dinosaurs in movies (like for ..
(December 11, 2008)
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Spinosaurus - The Largest Carnivore

Spinosaurus is the name of a genus of dinosaurs. Two species in this genus are currently known - Spinosaurus aegyptiacus (which was first described in 1915) and Spinosaurus marocannus (which was ..
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Mashed Potato Recipe

Mashed potato is a common way of serving potato. * In British cuisine, mashed potato can be served as a side dish, or can be used as an ingredient to make other dishes such as cottage pie, ..
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Word Jumbles

Word jumbles, also known as “word grids" or “word searches", are a type of puzzle. The idea of the puzzle is that the player is presented with a grid of letters arranged into rows and ..
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Settlers of Catan

Settlers of Catan is a board game. It is designed to be played by 3 or 4 players (in the standard game), or up to 5 or 6 players with various expansion modules. The game, which was originally ..
(August 11, 2008)
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Austrian Cuisine

For many hundreds of years, Austria was at the center of the multi-ethnic Habsburg Empire. This empire included not only Austria itself, but also incorporated (at various times) parts of Italy, parts .
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Educational Bingo Games

If you were to ask around, I think that you would find that most people know have to play bingo. Whether it's a game that we learned as kids, or something that we encountered later in life - it's ..
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Copying Restaurant Recipes

I think if you were to ask around, you would find that many people have favorite restaurants, and favorite dishes that they like eating in those restaurants. There is a reason for that - when there ..
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Hungarian Dishes

Hungary is a central European country that in recent years has become a very popular tourist destination. There is a lot to see in the country, not least in Hungary's beautiful and historic capital, ..
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Traditional Jamaican Recipes

Jamaica is a Carribean island nation. It lies in the Greater Antilles, about 90 miles (145 kilometers) to the south of Cuba, and about 120 miles to the west of the island of Hispaniola (which ..
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Jamaican Jerk Pork

Jerk is a traditional Jamaican style of cooking meats that in recent years has also become popular in other countries. It can be used for cooking a variety of meats - traditionally in Jamaica, the ..
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Iranian Cuisine

Iran is well known for its refined cuisine, and the delicate mixture of spices used to flavor many dishes. Iran of course traces its historical and cultural roots back more than two millenia to ..
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Persian Cuisine

As you may know, one of the oldest civilizations in the world is the Persian. The civilization traces its roots to pre-Christian times, and was among other things was responsible for the Cyrus ..
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Lithuanian Cuisine

Lithuania is a republic in Northern Europe. The country, which lies on the southeastern coast of the Baltic Sea, has many historic and cultural links with its neighbors, which include Poland and ..
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Copies of Restaurant Recipes

Nearly all of us have particular restaurants or restaurant chains that we enjoy going to, and eating at. I expect that most people also have favorite dishes at these restaurants - after all, that's ..
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Authentic Hungarian Cuisine

The Republic of Hungary famous for its unique language, interesting history and culture, and its unusual and flavorsome cuisine. For all these reasons, as well as the beauty of the Hungarian capital, .
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What is Jerk Cooking?

Jerk is a traditional style of Jamaican cooking. The name (in fact both the words “jerk" and “jerky" actually comes from the Quechua native American language word, “charqui", which ..
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Portuguese Cuisine

Portugal is a western Europe country known for its long maritime tradition. The country shares its only land border with Spain, and thus, geographically speaking, is relatively isolated. Portuguese ..
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Cypriot Cuisine

Cyprus is an island in the eastern Mediterranean. It lies just to the South of Turkey, and is also fairly close to the Levant. From 1878 to 1960, the island was under British administration (and was ..
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Authentic Hungarian Dishes

The Republic of Hungary is a central European country. Today, it is one of the world's leading tourist destinations, with people visiting the country in order to appreciate the country's culture, ..
(August 10, 2008)
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Copycat Recipes

I think it is true that most of us have favorite restaurants, and favorite dishes that we love to eat at those restaurants. Whether it's fried chicken, burgers, ribs, steak, seafood, a dessert, or ..
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