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After going abroad with the first Japanese missions to the West in 1860 and 1862
, Fukuzawa wrote Seiyd jijd ("Conditions in ... Continuing his efforts to introduce
Western ways into Japan, he developed a lucid writing style and began the first ...
Great Basin, distinctive natural feature of western North America, equally divided
into rugged, north-south-trending ... on the west, the Wasatch Mountains on the
east, the Columbia Plateau on the north, and the Mojave Desert on the south.
Great Western Mountains 450 carried 148 passengers; it had four masts with
reduced rigging and paddles driven by two engines. Its average speed without
sails was 9 knots. On one of its last voyages it carried Greater Khingan Range, ...
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For virtually all its 238 years,Britannica has ruled the shelves as a peerless general encyclopedia. Reviewers have consistently given it high marks for most of the 12 criteria identified inKister's ... Read full review
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